Sudi, who has been among few Jubilee leaders vocal against corruption at the National Youth Service and government, said that he would not continue supporting the Jubilee administration as the economy was going on it's knees.
"I cannot keep applauding the government just because I am in the ruling coalition. Whether I win or lose in the coming elections, I will stand by my decision, " he said.
"If I lose, I will join other elders in the village and sell charcoal, but will not watch Kenyans suffer," Sudi asserted.
The lawmaker's sentiments come at a time when jubilee bigwigs have been linked to the Sh791 Million NYS scam, following an explosive affidavit by former Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru.
Those mentioned in the Waiguru affidavit include National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Deputy President William Ruto's aide Farouk Kibet among others
Following the damning revelations, Jubilee MPs Sudi and Alfred Keter of Nandi Hills were first to call for the resignation of Duale and Murkomen, from positions of Parliament Majority Leader and Senate Deputy Majority Leader respectively.