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Murkomen Forced to Withdraw His Comment Towards Speaker Ken Lusaka as he Lecturers Murathe & Tuju

Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen cheekily urged the Speaker of the Senate Ken Lusaka to dump Jubilee party for UDA on claims that the ruling party was not comfortable for its members.

Speaking in Senate on Wednesday shortly after the speaker reinstalled Jubilee nominated lawmaker Issac Mwaura as a Senator, Murkomen argued that Jubilee party was already dead as both the Vice Chairman David Murathe and Secretary General Raphael Tuju were running the outfit as their personal property.

"I am a member of UDA, and I know there would be a huge migration in the coming months, I also suspect you will be part of that migration Mr Speaker," posed Murkomen before Lusaka said 'Order Murkomen, Order' making the vocal MP to respond 'I withdraw Mr Speaker.'

The former Majority leader of the Senate claimed that the Jubilee Party was no more since the members escaped the mistreatment by the party leadership.

"Jubilee is a shell of its past, they could not even hold a delegates meeting because most of us are out. Tuju and Murathe always feel others are less than them, they have converted Jubilee to be an animal farm where they take the weakest to the slaughter house anytime they feel."

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