Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi was on Tuesday questioned at the DCI headquarters in Nairobi.
The MP is accused of allegedly receiving Sh170 million from the National Health Insurance Fund(NHIF) in a fraudulent manner.
However, speaking after his grilling which took over 10 hours, Sudi said he was just a ‘willing seller’ in the saga being probed by DCI sleuths.
According to the lawmaker, he received payment after selling a property in Eldoret and was not aware that it was wired from NHIF.
“I have been questioned about a transaction where I sold my property in Eldoret Town to a company that wanted to build a hospital on the said land. The transaction between me and the said company was completed after I received the money. They are now alleging that the money was wired from NHIF through the company to me,” said Sudi.
“As a willing seller, I cannot smell the source of money that I received. So far, I have responded to all the questions they were asking,” he added.