Sang, who kept a low profile throughout his ordeal at the ICC, was quoted by a leading daily as saying that he will vying for 'big seat' in the forthcoming election.
“You never know, perhaps I could vie for one of these big seats in my home county of Trans Nzoia. But that is a story for another day,” he shared with The Standard.
The diminutive journalist is also open to taking his old job back at KASS FM if given an opportunity. It's the same station that Sang was accused of instigating the 2007/2008 post election violence that rocked the country by spreading hate messages.
Sang hinted at working with CORD. The radio presenter had endorsed Raila during the last general election.
He also said that he had learned alot about dairy farming while he was at the Hague.
“I also learned a lot while at The Hague about dairy farming. You know the Netherlands is one of the countries that is good at dairy farming which I admire so much,” said Sang.