Editor's Review

The MPs were summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over alleged involvement in Raila Odinga's chopper stoning incident.

Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi and his Soy counterpart Caleb Kositany have responded after being summoned by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over alleged involvement in ODM leader Raila Odinga’s chopper stoning incident.

Addressing the media on Sunday morning, Sudi said that they were ready to appear before the directorate. The vocal MP, however, decried biasness by the State on security matters.

“Hii biasness inaendelea katika upande wa usalama wa nchi yetu itaisha lini? Mlifukuza watu wetu, mkatufuta kazi, mlitupea kesi. Hakuna mtu hana kesi kwa watu wetu wote,” Sudi remarked.

“I’m ready. I will go to Nakuru and write that statement. Whatever they want I have no problem. This is our country. I’m a Kenyan and I’m not going anywhere. All this is politics,” Sudi stated.

{Soy MP Caleb Kositany. Image: Courtesy}

On his part, Kositany said that the people who ferried the youth to attack Raila in Uasin Gishu are known by the police but only Deputy President William Ruto allies have been targeted.

"As politicians, we should desist from hiring goons to heckle others even at funerals. It is not African. The police know from those who have recorded statements. They have given names of those who ferried youth to the venue,” Kositany stated.

“They are known. But because they want to try and build a narrative that those associated with DP Ruto are the perpetrators, that’s why you find that my name and that of Sudi have been put in the list,” he added.

Kositany, however, stated that they were ready to bear the brunt.