Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has denied any links with the Akasha drug barons.
In a statement, Sudi has called for the release of names of prominent individuals accused of playing key roles in the Akasha family drug business.
“I urge the government to release the names of the culprits that have been adversely mentioned in the Akasha Brothers drugs case,”said Sudi.
Early this week there was a report in a local daily that an outspoken Rift Valley MP was among senior officials on the US wanted list.
In his statement Sudi lamented that some politicians, he didn’t want to name, have started dragging names of innocent individuals into the drug web.
“I have always been consistent in condemning illegal drug business. It has always been my prayer that drug barons are brought to book,”the vocal legislator said.
“The names of those who conspired with Akasha brothers should be made public since Kenyans have a right to access information especially if the culprits are public servants,”he added.
Last month, two Akasha brothers pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in New York.
More than 10 prominent Kenyans are being investigated by the US Department of Justice over allegations of taking bribes from the Akasha drug family.
Those under investigation are reportedly ‘the most culpable’ protectors of the Akashas.