Oscar Sudi is wanted over hate speech remarks
Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi on Sunday morning presented himself at Langas police station to record a statement following plans by police to arrest him yesterday.
Sudi is wanted over hate speech remarks he made earlier this week when he also hurled insults at President Uhuru Kenyatta’s mother, Mama Ngina.
Transport was paralysed on the main Kapsabet-Eldoret road, where youths used logs and stones to block the road.
In his remarks which went viral on social media, Sudi said he stands by his statements in which he castigated the President and his mother, saying “Kenya does not belong to them.”
He said he was unhappy with “the way the president has mistreated his Deputy William Ruto”, and demanded respect for him “because we worked so hard to get Jubilee in power.”
The legislator was accompanied by Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa, Caleb Kostany, Cornelius Serem, Governor Stephen Sang and Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Shollei.
Oscar Sudi has presented himself to the police this morning. pic.twitter.com/i2VbLWfYoA
— Hon Caleb Kositany MP Soy (@ckositany) September 13, 2020
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