Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has condemned what he termed as state persecution on political leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
Speaking in Eldoret town on Saturday, Sudi claimed some of the ardent supporters of DP Ruto are being trailed by unknown people due to their political stance.
“We know they are trailing some leaders in DP’s camp including Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri here, but we are not afraid of them,” said Sudi.
He said the threats are so serious, but they are ready to bite the bullet even if it means being assassinated.
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Sudi said when the time comes, they will expose the killers who assassinated former IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando and others.
“These threats are real, but we don’t fear death, there will reach a time when we will expose those who killed the likes of Msando,” said Sudi.
The MP who was accompanied by Ngunjiri said there are plans to arrest some of the leaders allied to Ruto to scare them, but we are aware of the schemes
“We know DCI wants to arrest Murkomen, Sudi and other leaders, but we will not fall for the tricks,” he said.
He said no one will live forever and they will continue fighting for political freedom until the country will achieve real liberation.
“Even the previous Presidents were powerful, but their reign ended.”
He condemned the recent changes in Senate leadership but maintained that they know their political destination will not change despite the games being played by conmen in the party.
Sudi slammed Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe, Cotu boss Francis Atwoli and State House Deputy Chief of Staff Njee Muturi for rocking the ruling party from within.
Sudi claimed the three leaders have been walking from one house to another plotting against Ruto, adding that they are worse than Coronavirus.
“There are political brokers led by Muturi walking from one house to another to scheme things against us, we know them,” he said.
He urged all those communities living in Rift Valley to maintain peace despite what is happening in Jubilee.
“There are people wondering what is happening after the removal of Elegeyo Marakwet Senator and his Nakuru counterpart Susa Kihika as Senate Majority Leader and Majority Whip respectively, but we want to tell them we will remain peaceful,” said Sudi.
He urged all the communities to remain peaceful, despite what he termed political incitement from some people in government.
He said President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy came together to stop protracted tribal clashes in Rift Valley and as leaders, they will ensure the clashes don’t reoccur.
“The two leaders came together to stop the protracted fight between Kikuyu and Kalenjins in Rift Valley and we must ensure there is peace despite all these shenanigans,” he said.