Everybody Has a Right to Stay in Uasin Gishu County-Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi

Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Kipchumba Sudi now says every person regardless of his political or tribal affiliations has the right to stay in Uasin Gishu.
Speaking in Kipkaren Sudi said politics of tribalism are long gone since it’s an old method of doing politics.

“Even if you are a Luhya, Turkana, Kamba you have a right to stay in Uasin Gishu and no one whatsoever should discriminate you basing on your tribe, as the constitution states everyone has the right to reside and do business in every part of the country,” said the Kapseret legislator while speaking to the press.

“In the forthcoming 2022  elections  I don’t want to hear a Luhya or Luo carrying his belonging going home because of politics, Kenya is for all of us,” the deputy president William Ruto ally added.
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The Kapseret legislator applauded the Court of appeal for nullifying the Building Bridges Initiate bill in which they termed as null and void.

“From the bottom of my heart I want to thank the Court of appeal judges for declaring the BBI bill as null and void, this has shown that you make independent  decision without interference from the government, may God protect you with your families,” Sudi added.
“Don’t be cheated we will fight again stay in peace if you have money buy there, those planning people to fight should know that Kenyans will not go behind and Kenya will go forward whether you like it or not. We are all Kenyans and we will stay peacefully,” he said.
Sudi who was elected on a jubilee party ticket is a staunch supporter of deputy president William Samoei Ruto’s presidential bid.

But his bid has been rubbished by the dynasties who have termed him not fit to be the country’s fifth president.

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