The vocal Tanga Tanga lawmaker laughed off the outlook, while giving his followers a glimpse of his past life.
The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator has maintained a low key political life in the past couple of weeks, with speculations that he was on his way out of UDA's camp, allegations that he brushed off.
Murkomen, a lawyer joined the Senate in 2013 under the URP ticket and made a comeback in 2017 under Jubilee Party after the smaller parties that supported President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto for the second term folded in to a coalition.
He first ventured in politics during his studies at the Law School in University of Nairobi, where he was elected as the Chairman of the Law Society and actively played a role in reforming the Students union.
He also served as a Chairman of East Africa Law Students and also as a Chairman of Fellowship of Christian Unions, National Students Executive Council.
His picture elicited mixed reactions, here's some of them;
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