Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has picked a new fight with Interior CS Matiangi and PS Karanja Kibicho over the alleged plot to assassinate Deputy President William Ruto, faulting the two and calling the latter a stupid fellow in an abusive rant.
Sudi alleged that Kibicho has resorted to politics, pulling strings in the background to determine who will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta instead of focusing on his job in the wake of serious allegations of a plot to assassinate DP Ruto.
“Huyu PS anaitwa Kibicho ni mtu kumbafu. Kumbafu sana. Leo kazi yake ni kufanya siasa-kupanga nani atakuwa rais 2022. Amesahau Kazi yenye alipewa ya kusimamia security ya nchi. (This PS known as Kibicho is stupid-very stupid. Nowadays his work is to engage in politics and to plan who will be the President in 2022).” Sudi slammed.
“Juzi imesemekana kwamba naibu wa rais anataka kuuawa. Badala ya kufuata anataka kuawa kwa njia gani anaenda anafuata mtu mdogo kama Itumbi. Si huyo ni mtu kumbafu. (The other day allegations on the assassination of the Deputy President were made. Instead of investigating how they plan to assassinate him, he (Kibicho) has arraested a junior man Itumbi. Is he not stupid?). He added.
“Mimi nataka kuambia Matiangi na Kibicho kwamba wakati ya zamani ya 60’s ama ile era ilikuwa ya KANU imepitwa na wakati. (I want to remind Matiangi and Kibicho that the dark era of 60’s or the KANU era is gone)” Sudi slammed.
Sudi who was speaking at the burial of Benson Kiptire was flanked by Elgeyo Marakwet senator who equally condemned the government, alleging a systemic failure in the Jubile government he so much campaigned for and terming the murder of the Kiptire an indictment on the government.
Murkomen on the indictment of President Kenyatta's government
Murkomen held that the murder was as a result of systemic failure of government systems that were supposed to protect the rule of law.
“If another government was in power, Benson would not be in that casket" Murkomen said.
The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator further warned President Uhuru Kenyatta on the security situation in the country, maintaining that "security will not be managed in the country through assassinations and extra judicial killings”.
Below is the video of the heated speech that was delivered on Saturday.