Oscar Sudi claims he has mobilized youths to throng Raila’s Eldoret rally
Ruto-allied lawmaker Oscar Sudi has taken to his social media platforms to advocate for politics of tolerance as the country enters the electioneering period.
In a video posted on his Facebook, the Kapseret MP urged ODM leader Raila Odinga, who is on Friday October 15 expected to address rallies in the Rift Valley region, to extensively traverse the region and sell his agenda without fear of violence or any other form of hinderance.
The lawmaker stated that he has mobilized his supporters to accord the ODM supremo a warm welcome devoid of heckling or violence.
"I wish I was in Eldoret but I am on my way there. I have told my supporters and my people to welcome Raila Odinga in Eldoret. I have told them to allow him sell his agenda without fear of facing any violence or being shouted down," he said.
Sudi further added that it is prudent for all candidates to be accorded opportunities to peacefully traverse every corner of the country.
The legislator stated that politicians and their supporters should embrace political tolerance for the country to move forward.
"Everyone should be granted an opportunity to voice their agenda. We should not plan to disrupt rallies of our opponents or hire people to heckle them. That type of politics is old-fashioned and is no longer acceptable. We welcome Raila and encourage residents to embrace peace since Eldoret is a cosmopolitan town," he added.