Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has hinted through his Twitter page alleging that Raphael Tuju is being threatening the Court and he forgot that when he was declared bankrupt it was the same court order that rescued him today that he is holding position in the country.
According to him if not for the court Raphael Tuju couldn't be holding any office not even as the chairman of Nyayiera Cattle department.
Here is what Senator Kipchumba Murkomen shared on his Twitter page alleging about Raphael Tuju threatening the Judges!
The way Mr. Raphael Tuju of Rarienda is threatening Judges would make you think he is not the same person fighting for his dear life after he was declared bankrupt. Without a court order he couldn’t be holding any office not even as the chairman of Nyayiera cattle department.
Do you think that Senator Kipchumba Murkomen is saying the truth about Mr Raphael Tuju that he is threatening the Judges who made the Ruling that stopped the reggae music for the moment?
You can follow his Twitter page and read more for yourself;
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