Kapsaret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has threatened to organize demonstrations within Eldoret town this Friday to counter his critics.
Taking to his official Facebook page, the controversial lawmaker announced that his critics have a plan of mobilizing a group of youths to demonstrate against his sentiments that sparked a public uproar.
Sudi early this week while defending his Emurua Dikirr counterpart Johana Ng’eno insulted President Uhuru Kenyatta and his mother Mama Ngina.
Ng’eno had been arrested over similar sentiments.
Their words were picked as incitement, with majority of leaders calling him to publicly apologise to the first family.
However, Sudi now says that the critics who have been calling for his apology are known thieves, who have looted funds meant to help combat Covid-19.
The lawmaker in his social media post said that the critics have mobilized a crowd to demonstrate against his sentiments. In return, the MP has threatened to hold similar demonstrations on Friday to counter them.
“I have noted with alot of concern on what is going round in the media. Some people who are known thieves of covid-19 money have mobilized crowd to demonstrate against my sentiments. These are wolves hiding in the sheep’s skin. If at all mobilizing demonstrators is anything to go by, then I will be holding a demo in Eldoret Town this Friday. We cannot let NONSENSE override the TRUTH. Hatutaki upumbavu,” he posted.