Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi and his Soy counterpart Caleb Kositany have denied allegations that they planned the stoning of Raila Odinga’s chopper
The two legislators were speaking during a press briefing in Uasin Gishu where they termed the allegations a political witch hunt
The two who have been summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in Nakuru, said that they are ready to bear the brunt
“I would tell the DCI who has summoned us, I will be available at 1 p.m. I am ready to be taken in. You should know that this country belongs to 50 million Kenyans. I was not there, first of all. You should have asked governor Mandago because he was there” Sudi said
Sudi went on to list past incidences that have not been investigated by the DCI officers.
On the other hand, Kositany urged politicians to desist from hiring goons to heckle others even at funerals.
“It is not African. They have questioned the youths and those who ferried youth are known but they have targeted those associated with Deputy President William Ruto,” stated Kositany.
“I think what is happening in this country is very sad that there is a super-investigator (a politician ) who can investigate an incident in 10 minutes and have all the evidence, have the names because he implicated me 10 minutes after the event when I had hardly known that anything had taken place.
“Raila arrived at around 5:30 pm when we were burying Mzee. He came and addressed the media and we went into the house and greeted him. I sat between Junet and Babu Owino,” he added.
Kositany said that he sat between Embakasi Member of Parliament Babu Owino and Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed