In his official tweeter account the former Senate Majority Leader hon Kipchumba Murkomen has sparkled a mixed reaction online after claiming that Jimmy Wanjigi is so unfortunate to lack support from Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta despite standing with them. He went ahead to allege that in 2013 Jimmy Wanjigi stood with president Uhuru Kenyatta and he won the election. He added that in 2017 he supported Raila Odinga fully and that he expects them to combine together and support him.According to the vocal Tangatanga legislator hon Jimmy Wanjigi should receive support jimmy Wanjigi together with Uhuru Kenyatta. He however alleged that instead of them supporting him they have combined together to harm him. However, Kipchumba's sentiments have not been received very positively by a section of kenyans who feels that Tangatanga leaders have been possessed with Raila Odinga and that they can't make any stament without talking about Raila Odinga.However there are a section of netizen who supports Kipchumba Murkomen claiming that its the nature of politics in Kenya where one uses the downfall of the other in order to rise in power.
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