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Oscar Sudi Cancels Development Projects After Locals Vandalized His Eldoret Club

Kapseret MP Hon. Oscar Sudi fearlessly and openly cancels all development projects in his constituency to teach the locals a lesson.

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When Kenyans thought that drama, arrogance, and pride were over after the recently conducted Gen Z demos led President William Ruto to announce the unanimous withdrawal and rejection of the Finance Bill 2024, Kapseret Member of Parliament Hon. Oscar Sudi proved them wrong on Sunday.

According to various media reports in Kenya, Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has suspended all development activities in his constituency following the vandalism of his Eldoret-based Timber XO nightclub.

Sudi, who accused his unnamed political competitors of the destruction, asserted that it was unfortunate they used peaceful young people to cause mayhem at his premises while taking advantage of the protests.

“I’ve never organized or ill-wished my political competitors and it’s shocking they took advantage of innocent youth, turning peaceful protests to wreak havoc. Following the mayhem, I’ve forthwith suspended all my political activities, and I’m defenseless to protect all my properties,” he said.

Oscar Sudi gestures during a past event

Oscar Sudi gestures during a past event

Responding to the development, various political, legal, and governance experts have warned that the UDA party lawmaker risks losing his seat, adding that it is against the Constitution of Kenya 2010 for any MP to deliberately and willingly fail to initiate development projects after receiving the required funds from the NGCDF.

Last week, it was written in the history books that Oscar Sudi, Kikuyu MP Hon. Kimani Ichung’wa, and Molo Member of Parliament Hon. Kimani Kuria are among the MPs who faced the wrath of angry Kenyans for supporting the Finance Bill 2024 that contained controversial tax proposals. Their homes, offices, and properties were vandalized and looted by angry Kenyans.

Protestors on Tuesday overran parliament, overwhelming security forces, and setting ablaze a section of the senate as well as City Hall, which houses the Nairobi City County.

Kapseret MP Hon Oscar Sudi

Kapseret MP Hon Oscar Sudi

The violent scenes resulted in several deaths and injuries, prompting widespread condemnation and calls for restraint from both local and international leaders, including former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition Leader Raila Odinga, who called for consultations.

President Ruto responded to the calls of Kenyans by withdrawing the Finance Bill 2024, stating that it will be shelved to allow for dialogue and a collective approach to financing the current budget.

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