On Friday, April 1, the Azimio la Umoja presidential flag bearer was forced to end his Rift Valley tour after his chopper was pelted with stones in Soy Constituency, Uasin Gishu County.
Preliminary investigations later named Soy MP Caleb Kositany his Kapseret counterpart Oscar Sudi and Uasin Gishu county speaker David Kiplagat as the main planners and funders of the violence.
The three were later summoned to appear in person before the Rift Valley DCI Regional coordinator on April 3 for further investigations where police confiscated their mobile phones for 24 hours.
However, Sudi said up to now, he is yet to be handed back his gadget saying he has given the DCI up to Wednesday, May 18, to ensure they have given him back his phone failure to which he will go for it.
In a brief message on his social media account posted Monday, May 17, the lawmaker said he will be at the DCI office on Thursday, May 19, to collect his communication gadget.
“To DCI Kinoti, you asked me to leave my phone in your office for one day but you’ve stayed with it for more than a month now. I am giving you tomorrow and Wednesday or else I will be in your office on Thursday to pick up my phone,” he wrote on his