Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi’s ambition of succeeding Governor Jackson Mandago have dwindled following his remarks that irked farmers in the North Rift region.
On Monday, during a farmers meeting, the legislator was heckled and shouted down by angry maize farmers painting at a grim political future.
Sudi had hit out at his Nandi Hills counterpart Alfred Keter warning him against holding a demo in Eldoret town in support of farmers in the wake of the ongoing NCPB maize saga.
This however seems to have angered farmers who feel Keter and Moiben MP Silas Tiren have been championing for the release of their cash.
Farmers accused the Kapseret MP of failing to advocate for their payments which have delayed for months.
The legislator had rolled out strategies, capitalising on his close relationship with the incumbent governor to silently build his gubernatorial bid.
However the events on Monday have since dimmed Sudi’s hopes of becoming the second governor of the populous county.
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