Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi, has accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of incompetence for failure to lead the country. He asked the president to step down for him. Mr Sudi dared the head of state to resign for failure to lead the country to the right directions as demanded by the constitution of Kenya.
Speaking at a press conference at his home in Eldoret, Sudi said he would make a better president than Uhuru and asked the president to step down for him so that he can lead the country to the right direction.
“Just give me three months, I can even pick Moses Kuria (Gatundu South MP) as my deputy and you will see how I will transform this country. There is nothing like fight against corruption. This is all a game to hoodwink Kenyans,” said the outspoken legislator.
This comes after the head of state appointed Labour CS Ukur Yatani to take over the Treasury docket in an acting capacity following Rotich being charged over the Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal.
The Kapseret legislator accused President Kenyatta’s administration of being the most incompetent since independence.Mr Sudi said that president Kenyatta’s administration was the worst in history and was running down the country’s economy.
“Ukiona Rais haiwezi kukutana na viongozi na Governors na senators wanaandamana kwa barabara kuna shida kubwa (when you a president who cannot meet with governors and senators forcing them to take to the streets just know we have a problem,” said Mr Sudi.
The MP said the jubilee government had failed along with President Kenyatta’s Big Four Agenda. The MP further added that only affluent rules this country since independence with the rich oppressing the poor.
“Hii Kenya maskini atazidi kuwa maskini.(The gap between the rich and poor will continue widening because of dynasties),” said the MP.
He defended Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and his Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge who are facing corruption charges over the Kimwarer and Arror dams scandal saying that the duo was just being used as sacrificial lambs as cover to the real culprits.