Ever since his controversial remarks on President Uhuru Kenyatta and his mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has found himself on the receiving end with leaders from across the political divides coming out to criticize him.
The vocal legislator has over the last two days, been busy answering his critics and trying to sanitize himself from alleged reports that his remarks, made shortly after the arrest of Emurua Dikkir MP Johana Ng’eno, were meant to demean the head of state and all mothers in the country.
While responding to a section of women demonstrators, who had taken to the streets on Wednesday calling on the MP to come out and apologize to the Kenyan women, Sudi threatened to lead massive demonstrations in Eldoret town on Friday, should the said leaders continue mobilizing anti-Sudi demonstrations in Nairobi.
Sudi claimed that the suspects in the theft of COVID-19 funds had allegedly mobilized the various demonstrations witnessed on Wednesday against him in parts of Kiambu and Nairobi, adding that he will not allow propaganda to override the truth in his Monday’s message to the nation.
“I have noted with alot of concern on what is going round in the media. Some people who are known thieves of covid-19 money have mobilized crowd to demonstrate against my sentiments. These are wolves hiding in the sheep’s skin. If at all mobilizing demonstrators is anything to go by, then I will be holding a demo in Eldoret Town this Friday. We cannot let NONSENSE override the TRUTH. Hatutaki upumbavu. #AllMothersAreEqual” read Sudi’s post.
His post comes just a few hours after the MP went public to announce that he was not ready to apologize to Mama Ngina Kenyatta and president Uhuru Kenyatta over his recent remarks.
Speaking early in the day while responding to calls and demands for an apology, the legislator said he had only said the blunt truth and had not incited anyone, hence no need to apologize.
“I was very surprised to see so many people agitated that I referred to women’s breasts, it is even in the bible, that was not an insult, I will apologize once people show me where I went wrong,” he said.
This was after a section of Nairobi women while demonstrating against Sudi’s remarks, threatened to expose their breasts probably as a curse to Sudi for allegedly demeaning womanhood.