Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has responded to an audio of Deputy president William Ruto narrating an encounter in which he almost slapped president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017.
In the audio played before a mammoth crowd during Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga's rally in Homabay, the UDA presidential candidate narrates how president Uhuru Kenyatta had given up on running for election.
This was after the Supreme Court nulified their victory. It took the efforts of the Kenya Kwanza leader to force Uhuru back to the ballot in a scenario which Dr Ruto confess to having almost slapped his boss.
Murkomen, in response to the audio, urged Junet Mohammed to keep playing the audio as it could remind the president of the past. The close ally of Ruto went on to say that they have helped the president a lot, and the only problem is that he (the president) has a way of forgetting. In his response, Murkomen marks that the audio being played might remind the president just how much Ruto and his team have help him.
'Bwana @JunetMohamed please keep playing that audio everywhere. Huyo mtu tulimsaidia sana. He has a way of forgetting. Your effort may help refresh his memory.' Murkomen wrote on Twitter.
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