- Sudi said he had a year left to complete his college education, which he said would help him in his political career later in the future.
- Sudi’s academic qualification is the subject of an ongoing legal battle after it emerged lawmakers allegedly falsified her papers
- He was charged in October 2016 with uttering false documents while seeking permission from the IEBC and the EACC to challenge in the 2013
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has revealed that he is currently on a course.
The outspoken lawmaker said he had a year left to complete his college education, which he said would help him in his political career later in the future.
“I was speaking with Kimani Ichungwah earlier today, I told him I have one year left to graduate so that when Ruto steps down from the ‘presidency’ we can run the affairs of this country,” he said on Saturday October 2.
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Sudi was among the main loyalists of Vice President William Ruto who attended a political function at the home of Senator Susan Kihika in Nakuru.
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He took the opportunity to garner support for Ruto as well as Kihika’s candidacy for governor of Nakuru, saying the region is of political importance when it comes to the administration of the Jubilee.
“When Uhuru and Ruto agreed to work together, they came here and made the statement from Nakuru who saw the birth of Jubilee Alliance in 2012. Both said there would be no post-election violence in the country. Kenya. This is the greatest memory we have for UhuRuto “, he added.
Sudi’s counterfeit case
Sudi’s academic qualification is the subject of an ongoing legal battle after it emerged that the lawmaker allegedly falsified his papers.
The woes he faced appeared to be well over after a court on Tuesday, September 14, ordered the trial to continue for six days without an adjournment.
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Nairobi Anti-Corruption Court Magistrate Felix Kombo observed that the case had stalled since 2016, when the lawmaker serving his second term was charged with nine counts of forgery.
âThis tribunal is racing against time to finalize all the old cases and we cannot delay this particular hearing any longer. We have to cover any remaining witnesses in six days, which means that even the absence of his lawyer (from South) will not justify any further adjournments.“Kombo ruled.
Sudi was accused in October 2016 of uttering false documents while seeking permission from the IEBC and the EACC to run in the 2013 general election.
The charges alleged that the MP forged a certificate of business management diploma, claiming that it had been issued by the Kenya Institute of Management, a secondary education certificate from Kenya and a graduation certificate from the Highway High School.
Source: Kenya Breaking News