Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has slammed ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi over his recent criticism of the bottom-up economic advocated for by Deputy President William Ruto.
In a post on his Twitter account today, Sudi shared a video of himself running on a treadmill and urged Mudavadi to consider hitting the gym before engaging DP Ruto.
“Namwambia ndugu yangu @MusaliaMudavadi afanye hivi kwanza kabla ya kumenyana na Naibu Rais @WilliamsRuto,”captioned the video.
Sudi made the remark after Mudavadi on Sunday criticized DP Ruto’s proposed bottom up economics terming it “too academic”.
Speaking during a church service in Riruta, Nairobi, Mudavadi noted that the bottom-up model proposed by the DP has not tangible solution for Kenyans, adding that it is a jargon meant to confuse the electorate.
“Let us not confuse Kenyans by talking about models. What we need is to be practical about our public debt, corruption and agree if taxation is becoming a problem. People are feeling the weight of taxation that is now becoming punitive.
“Once you have diagnosed, provide targeted corrective measures and policy decisions that can address that situation but don’t talk about models, we are not in an economic class,” Mudavadi said.