Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi made his point known on the ongoing debate of what happens to President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022.
Sudi took an aim at former interim Jubilee Chair David Murathe after he stated that Uhuru would remain in power.
Through a Facebook post, the lawmaker claimed that the sentiments by Murathe should not be taken lightly.
According to the legislator, the opinions by the ex-acting head of the ruling party, were those discussed with the presidents while having a drink.
“When you listen to what Murathe is saying, you’ll hear him speak exactly what they always discuss with Uhuru when they are drinking. I believe that a drunkard will always speak what is in his heart,” read a part of the post
The MP reiterated that ODM leader Raila Odinga was part of the plan being orchestrated ahead of the 2022 general elections.
“Just like what Raila recently said while drunk in Cedars, are the true facts of what they are planning with Uhuru. I said this one last year and the same is manifesting now,” stated Sudi.
The politician’s views were echoed and applauded by his colleague Kandara MP Alice Wahome.
Responding to the post, Wahome expressed that Sudi was on point with the thought.
Wahome on Thursday attacked Uhuru and Raila claiming that they had taken the country down a bad path.
The female leader further articulated that the Jubilee party head was to blame for the recent decline of the economy.
Due to that move, She noted that Uhuru was the biggest threat facing the country at the moment.
On Monday, the vocal Murathe asserted that the Head of State would still be involved in active politics during the election year.
The president’s ‘man’ proclaimed that the Commander-In-Chief would take up a different role after completing his term in office.
He hinted that the matter would come into play if the BBI report is implemented.
Murathe also pointed out that the implementation of the document would give President Uhuru a chance to go for the Prime Minister post proposed by the findings.
The former chair moreover suggested that such a move would be a blow to Deputy President William Ruto’s camp.
Sending a warning to the Tangatanga brigade, Murathe uttered that the party leader position would be kept for Uhuru in the event he pursues the projected plan.