Kapseret Member of Parliament (MP) Oscar Sudi on Tuesday broke his silence over a violent ordeal he reportedly went through, on Thursday, during the voting exercise in the Kibra by-election.
While taking to social media to comment on the incident, the MP said he would have been killed on that day were it not for his intelligence.
“I personally went to Kibra but I am still shocked with what I saw, I never could have made out of there if I wasn’t intelligent enough.
“And I ask myself; if anything could have happened to me, what could be the fate of Luos in Rift Valley?” asked Sudi on his Facebook page.
The MP, however, faulted the ODM leader Raila Odinga for the violence saying the attack reportedly meted on Jubilee leaders was orchestrated by him and his brigade.
Sudi used the alleged attack to wade into the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report, that is yet to be unveiled, saying the ordeal was a testament that Raila was not genuine on the BBI.
“But I personally learnt a lot from Kibra that indeed Raila has no good intentions to our country.
“That’s why we shouldn’t expect anything good from BBI. Mzee has proved that he thrives in politics of violence and divide and rule…,” added Sudi.
The MP also asked the ODM leader to denounce his alleged involvement in criminal activities and stick to objective politics.
During the Kibra by-election voting exercise, pockets of violence were reported at some polling stations.
A section of the Jubilee leaders blamed the ODM party of violence and intimidation of their supporters saying the Orange party goons scared their voters from turning up to vote.
However, the ODM party dismissed the allegations and faulted the Jubilee party of the violence.