Sudi, and Caleb Kositany have responded to DCI summons over the Raila Odinga attack; We’re ready for you guys.
After being summoned over attacks on ODM leader Raila Odinga’s chopper, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi says he is ready to face the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
Sudi stated he will be available at the Rift Valley DCI Regional Coordinator at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
“I will be available in Nakuru at 1o’clock and I am ready for you guys… I will go there and write that statement,” he said.
The MP noted that he leads a cosmopolitan constituency in the region and he knows well the consequences of violence.
“I cannot organize violence, I know the consequences of violence, and I have been talking about it. I lead a cosmopolitan constituency and it cannot even cross my mind,” Sudi said.
The DCI listed Soy MP Caleb Kositany, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi, and Uasin Ngishu county speaker David Kiplagat as the principal architects and funders of the ODM leader’s attack.
On Sunday at 9 a.m., they were also summoned to appear before the regional coordinator.
“Preliminary investigations indicate that the chaos was organized and coordinated by Soy MP Caleb Kositany, Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi, and David Kiplagat, speaker of Uasin Gishu County Assembly,” DCI said.
Sudi in his statement said he was not around when the incident occurred.
He also rubbished it as a move by their political competition to provoke them.
“This is politics but it will end,” Sudi said.
Soy MP Caleb Kositany blamed the authorities of failing to do their due diligence in investigating the incident.
He claimed that they relied on Suna East MP Junet Mohamed’s allegations that they were the ones who planned the violence against meted on them.
“What is happening in this country is very sad. There is a super investigator called Junet Mohamed who can investigate an incident within 10 minutes and have evidence with names of perpetrators,” Kositany said.
Police had arrested 17 persons accused of throwing stones at Raila’s chopper on Saturday, and they were cooperating with the inquiry.
Money in the denominations of Sh50 was discovered in the custody of those arrested.