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Self-proclaimed ‘Gods messenger’ asks President to call snap election

 

Former Marakwet West Member of Parliament David Sudi has said parliament should be recalled for a fresh general election to be conducted before August 2022.

 

The Kanu-era MP who served for two terms and is currently the Democrat Party leader claimed he was ‘sent by God through a dream’ with a message for President Uhuru Kenyatta to have parliament prorogued and a snap election be held to save the country from inept leadership of the 12th Parliament and endemic corruption.

 

“God is angry with the current regime which is reeling under massive corruption that has resulted in social and economic suffering among millions of Kenyans who have been let down by their elected leaders”, claimed Sudi during a press briefing at his Kabenes home in Soy constituency Tuesday.

 

The President needs to move with speed and do as God has directed to avoid the wrath of the Almighty,” Sudi said.

Former Marakwet West MP David Sudi during a press briefing

 

He said President Uhuru should seize the opportunity and call for a snap election because the move will also hand him and his Deputy William Ruto an extension of their respective terms in office as the polls will only affect senators, governors, MPs, Women reps and MCAs.

 

The self-proclaimed God’s messenger reminded the President that the message in the dream was to inform him that God will raise seven generations and each person in every generation who trusts, obeys and prioritizes his message will live for a minimum of 77 years noting that what is written in Genesis Chapter 4 verse 24 will come to pass.

 

The former MP was involved in a grisly road accident along the busy Eldoret-Nakuru highway while in his first term thanked God for restoring his life. He was placed in ICU for 22 days at Aga Khan Hospital.  

 

Marakwet West is currently represented in the 12th Parliament by William Kisang, the parliamentary chairman for the Information and Communication Technology committee.

 Sudi said he will vie for the seat in the forthcoming general elections.

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