Old habits die hard, goes a popular saying, and Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi certainly lives up to it.
Credible sources reported that Kapseret MP Hon Oscar Sudi did not sleep on Tuesday, 11th February as he spent the whole night supervising the ferrying of thousands of Tanga tanga supporters to Kabarak, Nakuru where the late Mzee Moi was rested.
There was fear that DP Ruto would be heckled but was surprised that the crowd was calm. When he rose to speak, all the hired supporters could do was cheer, just the same way as they cheered supreme leader Raila Odinga.
No attires with political messages were allowed at the late President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi’s funeral proceedings during his burial in Kabarak on Wednesday.
Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya on Tuesday urged Kenyans to adhere to instructions given to allow them access to Kabarak University, where the ceremony took place.
He however said, only those with branded KANU paraphernalia would be allowed in honor of Moi who led the party throughout his time in office as Kenya’s second President.
“I am asking all those who will come here tomorrow not to complicate things by wearing attires with political messages except those of KANU because we all know Mzee was the leader of KANU,” Natembeya said, “the rest are prohibited.”