Cornelius Kipchumba Murkomen is a young Kenyan politician from Elgeyo Marakwet County in the Great Rift Valley region of Kenya. He is currently the Secretary to the Minister of Transport in the Union Government of Kenya. He is also the immediate past senator for Elgeyo Marakwet County.
The vocal politician has sent a heartening message to Kenyans ahead of the national exams. According to the latest post, he wishes good health, good memory and God's mercy to all the candidates for the sixth and eighth grade exams this year. He also said that this exam will be special for him as he has two sons who will sit for the sixth and eighth grade exams.
"When our children begin their 6th and 8th grade exams, I wish each of them good health, great memories and God's grace. This year is a personal exam for my family and my two sons (Kiptoo 8th grade and Kibet 6th grade). exam. Grace and success to all..Om!” tweeted CS Kipchumba Murkomen.
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