Kapseret Lawmaker Oscar Sudi has been flown to Nairobi after he presented himself to the police, a day after evading arrest at his Kapseret home.
He took to social media to provide an update after he recorded a statement today morning flanked by his lawyers Governor Stephen Sang, Jane Maasai, Gladys Boss Shollei and Isaac Terer.
He is expected to record a statement with NCIC over his alleged inciteful remarks he made earlier in the week.
The under fire lawmaker who is wanted for alleged hate speech and incitement had taken himself to Langas Police Station early Sunday morning.
This development is the culmination of two days of uncertainty over his whereabouts after police laid siege to his Kapseret home on Friday night and left on Saturday morning after a fruitless search for the MP.
Moments after he presented himself, he took to social media to thank his supporters for standing with him throughout the flopped arrest ordeal.
He further said that he was not at home on Friday night when a continent of police officers went to arrest him.
“As a law abiding citizen I have presented myself at Langas Police Station early this morning even before the officers arrive. It was unnecessary to be treated with a lot of drama by sending contingent of police officers to my home. I was away the time police arrived at my place. Thank you all for standing with me.” Sudi wrote on his Facebook page.
Other Mps who accompanied him are Jubilee Party Deputy Secretary General Caleb Kositany and Kimilili Mp Didmus Barasa.
The outspoken Kapseret Mp is wanted by the police over incitement to violence after he held a charged up meeting at the famous Silverline in Eldoret town.
Sudi is also wanted over utterances against President Uhuru Kenyatta and his mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta.
The MP on Monday and Tuesday posted on social media video clips in which he made a slur against the President and the former First Lady Mama Ngina which received countrywide condemnation as abusive and inciting remarks.
While addressing his supporters on Friday, the Kapseret legislator warned the police against being used by politicians to disrupt meetings.
“Everybody has the right to express him or herself as long as it’s according to the law, I want to tell police not to allow themselves to be used by politicians to through teargas to innocent Kenyans,” said the Kapseret legislator.
So far, three presidential escorts and half a dozen civilians have been arrested in connection with the Friday night chaos that lasted till Saturday morning at his Kapseret home.
This story was updated at 9.55 am