In a rather ironical manner, he has asked those surrounding Raila Odinga with an aim of benefitting from him to respect the right Honourable Raila Odinga.
"There too many political brokers hanging on [email protected] ‘s coat waiting for him to do the donkey work then endorse them without them breaking a sweat. Shame on you. Heshimu Baba!"Kipchumba Murkomen.
He has alleged that these group of leaders want to just use the former Prime Minister with an aim of landing his endorsement without them helping him in any way.
This is ironical since Kipchumba Murkomen has always been against the leadership of the firmer prime minister and has always castigated him.
He has always accused Raila Odinga of being behind the woes that the Jubilee party has been going through since the infamous handshake which brought in the Building Bridges Initiative report.
It cones on the same day that his own boss Deputy President William Ruto said that it is Raila Odinga who should resign and not him as president Uhuru Kenyatta had said.
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