Oscar Sudi Mocks Uhuru-Raila Handshake [VIDEO]

  • President Uhuru Kenyatta and MP Oscar Sudi
    President Uhuru Kenyatta (left) and MP Oscar Sudi during a past function in 2020.
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  • Oscar Sudi on Saturday, April 3, posted a video where he appeared to mock President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga's handshake deal. 

    The legislature shared a video of a bull plowing through two men a few seconds after saving it from a twisted tree trap.

    The MP was equating the ungratefulness of the bull to that of Uhuru when he turned his back on Deputy President William Ruto and the entire Tanga Tanga group.

    "Uhuru Kenyatta back from 2002, 2013, 2017A, 2017B but upon handshake....," the MP drew the comparison. 

    Deputy President William Ruto and Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi in Eldoret at the past function
    Deputy President William Ruto and Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi in Eldoret at the past function in 2018.
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    According to the Kapseret MP, Ruto was a key factor in his run for the presidency in 2013 through to 2017 and his contribution did not warrant such double-dealing from the president. 

    The MP, who is a close confidant to Ruto has often criticised the mastermind of the handshake for betraying the DP, finally decided to demonstrate the betrayal visually.

    In the video that the MP tagged as the Ungrateful Uhuru Kenyatta, two men are seen struggling to set free a cow stuck between two trees.  

    Immediately after it is set free, it runs through the men kicking them down, before melting away to enjoy its freedom. The men on the other hand are left tidying their clothes in disbelief.  

    According to the MP, that is exactly what president Uhuru did to his deputy during the famous March 2018 handshake.  

    The comparison resulted in reactions from Kenyans with many terming the analogy spot on.

    Linus Bii It took you 8 years to realize the UK was a bad leader? Didn't you see when you were singing “UHURUTO TANO TENA" or you're just seeking sympathy votes? No way you must struggle,” Linus questioned. 

    “What is important is that your singing of Uhuruto made you secure an mp position. You should not regret it. Were It not for Uhuruto, you would not be mp today. It is you who should be grateful to Uhuru and not vice versa. It's clear you have to pretend you are with Ruto fully for you to be re-elected as Kapseret mp. Sephan told the MP. 

    Other Kenyans asked the MP to not worry about the handshake since Ruto and Uhuru would be friends again after the 2022 elections.

    Watch the Video below: