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Oscar Sudi talks on Tanga Tanga MP’s meeting with Raila

Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has voiced out addressing claims of the Tanga Tanga member of Parliament’s visit to Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga at his Capitol Hill office.

Sudi’s remarks come in the wake of political realignments that have seen several Tanga Tanga lawmakers dump DP Ruto for Raila Odinga

This is after Malava Member of Parliament Malulu Injendi visited the former premier at his office in Nairobi on December 3 to offer his support for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).

Taking to Facebook, the vocal lawmaker defended the Malava legislator for his move in support of the BBI, attributing it to the high level of democracy in the DP Ruto’s Tanga Tanga faction.

“One week ago my colleague Malava MP Malulu Injendi paid a courtesy visit to Raila Odinga to show his support to BBI. He, however, never dumped Tangatanga and joined ODM. Because of the spirit of democracy that we enjoy in Tanga tanga, I feel my colleague was justified to support BBI initiative simply because it mostly benefited residents of his constituency Malava,” Sudi wrote on his Facebook page.

He added that the legislator did not ditch their brigade for ODM, and was only doing it in the best interest of his Malava constituents.

“Considering that Malava is a populous constituency with more than 250,000 people, the creation of one more Constituency is actually to the benefit of the people of Malava. Therefore, it is quite in order for him to support BBI. Let us learn to tolerate every view from every Kenyan. One nation one people!” Sudi added.

This is after the ODM leader had tweeted expressing his happiness on welcoming the lawmaker to the BBI bandwagon in the company of Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya.

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Written by Fred Orido

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