Oscar Sudi escapes assassination days after threatening to say who killed Musando

As wrangles within the ruling Jubilee party continue to envisage day in day out, the rebel members of the party are continuing to express their dissatisfaction in the way things are being done in the party at the top leadership.

With the latestĀ  cause of conflict in the Jubilee Party being the sacking of Elgeyo Marakwet, Kipchumba Murkomen, and Nakuru Senator, Susan Kihika from their majority chief whip roles, all party members allied to DP William Ruto are raising concerns on how the sacking was done.

Among the members openly expressing their dissatisfaction is Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi. Oscar Sudi has always being vocal about his political thoughts and feeling. He is emphatic and a tough talker.

Following the axing of Murkomen from his majority chief whip role, Oscar Sudi dared to expose the name behind the brutal killing former IEBC officer, Dr. Chris Musando who was murdered few days to the last General elections.

“Wakiendelea, tutasema nani aliua Musando. Siogopi. Kwani kifo ni nini?” he said. This elicited mixed reactions among members of the public since the death of the former IEBC officer has remained a mystery since then.

Barely two days after Sudi’s threat and dare, the Kapseret MP escaped an attempted assassination by a whisker last night. Sudi is said to have been driving home alone in his Landruiser Prado of registration number KCY 205T without any security detail.

The incident is said to have happened along Langata road where the two front tyres of Sudi’s car were shot at to stop it from moving. Another round of bullets were sprayed into the left front mirror of the car.

Oscar Sudi was lucky because as soon at the tyres were shot at, he immediately stopped the car and jumpedĀ  into the back seat and lied there. The assailants are said to have fled away without coming close to confirm whether they hit target or not because of the police Land rover that was approaching and came to the rescue of Oscar Sudi.

Sudi is set to record a statement of what happened today at around 10 a. m and thereafter address the media.

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