Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi is reading malice in the March 9, 2018, handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga.
According to the Kapseret member of parliament, Uhuru is using the handshake to extend his presidential tenure in 2022.
“I want to tell Raila we accepted the handshake but now we know what it meant. Uhuru should tell us what he is scheming with Raila. If he doesn’t want to go home in 2022 let him tell us,” Sudi said.
In addition to the handshake, Sudi alleged that Uhuru and Raila are using the war on graft to block Deputy President William Ruto from ascending to power in 2022.
“We are tired and you will get what you are looking for soon. Ruto has his own people and they are not foolish. Ruto has been patient enough,” Sudi said.
“When Ruto supported Raila he was not a thief, when he backed Uhuru he was not a thief, but now that his turn for the top seat has come you say he is a thief.”
The outspoken lawmaker said Uhuru and Raila should stop pretending to be holy.
“When the issue of JKIA came up, they decided to use the Elgeyo Marakwet dams to cover up the plan to take over the airport. We know a lot about them,” Sudi said.
Sudi also took issue with DCI Kinoti who he accused of being used to target innocent people in the war on graft.
“You have caused the sacking of so many innocent people and their cries will not go free. If you don’t want certain people just tell them to resign instead of faking graft charges,” he said.
Oscar Sudi was speaking at Kipkeny in Eldoret. He was accompanied by Uasin Gishu governor Jackson Mandago who told President Uhuru not to forgot where he came from in the name of the handshake.