By Allan Boit
Rebel MPs Oscar Sudi and Alfred Keter Reportedly Begging DP Ruto for peaceful Come back After Kericho Humiliation.
After a spirited fight with the deputy president in his own backyard, the only two first time URP rebel legislators are now trying to mend bridges with the Deputy president William Kipchirchir Ruto.
Out of the more than 60 Mps from the rift valley region, only three legislators have been repeatedly criticizing the deputy president will all their hearts, apart from the Bomet governor and Senator Gideon Moi and Nick Salat.
MPs Alfred Keter and Oscar Sudi have been charged by their fake followers on the social media who have been trying to pressurize them to go against the DP.
Until recently when they two tried to test their muscle by challenging the deputy president one on one during the Kericho By election by openly supporting the KANU brigade that was led by former president Moi son Gideon Moi.
Details emerging from their most valuable sources indicate that they have been holding a series of meeting to try and reach out to the deputy president who is already abroad on a government official visit overseas.
However, Keter long time ago missed an opportunity to nature himself politically during the first days of Jubilee government administration in office when he chose to oppose almost every effort that the government made.
He has sponsored almost all the motions against the ousted cabinet secretaries which has seen him get isolated from every event government initiative that calls for local MPs availability.
Sudi was the recent rebel when he joined KANU during the Kericho by election.