Monday June 15, 2020 – Kapseret Member of Parliament, Oscar Sudi, has been summoned by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) over remarks he made at a Press Conference in Uasin Gishu County on Monday, June 8th.
The MP claimed to have reliable information that members of the dreaded Mungiki sect were to be sent to the Rift Valley to stoke ethnic tensions.
Sudi was summoned to shed more light into the controversial statements that caused a stir after the press briefing.
He had alleged that there is a plan by unnamed powerful individuals to finance the Mungiki to cause chaos as part of a plan to clip the wings of Deputy President William Ruto.
“We know there are people who are planning to send the Mungiki here to Uasin Gishu, to do things they are not supposed to do.”
“We know who they are, and they know themselves.”
“Once the chaos begins, they will come and say it is the Kikuyu and Kalenjin communities at conflict because of politics.”
“All of Kenya’s communities live in the Rift Valley.”
“Away from politics, we said we will never allow people to travel upcountry with beds tied to buses because of their ethnicity and fear of violence, we want lasting peace.”
“So we are warning them that we are alert and we will not allow it,” he stated.
Sudi reiterated that his intention in revealing the alleged Mungiki plan was to let those behind it know that they were aware of the plot.
The Kenyan DAILY POST