A giant social network Facebook is strict in adherence to its rules and regulations that governed the community network. On Friday, it has emerged that official Facebook page belonging Kapseret Mp Oscar Kipchumba Sudi is not available.
The controversial lawmaker has been vocal as far as national politics and issues are of concern. Through his page, Sudi used to hit out at leaders and civil servants who oppose Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. Sudi is publicly known as Ruto’s ally who defends on any situation.
Recently, Sudi commented on the sacking of five State House workers where their vacancies were declared redundant by President Uhuru Kenyatta. The victims of the Uhuru’s sacking were: James Kinyua, Erick Ng’eno, David Nzioka, John Ndolo and controversial blogger Dennis Itumbi. Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’I’s letter was alleged to have caused the firing of the five.
Through a message addressed to Elijah Kiplagat, Facebook informed Sudi that his page has been unpublished because it violated Facebook terms. Sudi can, however, see the page but not any of his followers can.
Sudi normally uses a vulgar language full of abuses even to the head of state. The vocal lawmaker has a humble background as he has worked a public service vehicle conductor in his teenage before joining politics. He is a second-term member of parliament in his constituency.
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