Sudi responds to haters who questioned why he flew on President Ruto’s chopper
Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has responded to haters who appeared shocked to see him flying on the same chopper as President William Ruto.
Sudi has gone as far as informing his haters that he previously flown on choppers.
“I am used to these government helicopters,” Sudi tweeted with an undated photos of himself in a Kenya Police chopper attached.
This after the controversial lawmaker on Friday flew in the president’s chopper to Naivasha for a Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group retreat.
Last week, Mr Sudi became a butt of online jokes with Kenyans trolling him after he appeared to struggle reading his oath office during the swearing-in of MPs in the National Assembly.
The youthful lawmaker, dressed in a blue suit and yellow tie, stuttered while reading the oath, prompting the Clerk of the National Assembly to step in an assist him.
Mr Sudi’s academic credentials have in the past been a subject of debate and there even an ongoing case on the matter at the High Court.
His academic background notwithstanding, Mr Sudi is one of President Ruto’s most trusted allies. An abrasive and confrontational politician, Mr Sudi is known for his hardline stance and for issuing controversial political statements, often targeting retired President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
On one occasion, he and Dr Ruto, who was the Deputy President, were barred from travelling to Uganda under unclear circumstances.