The Marakwet senator, Kipchumba Murkomen, has tried to fit in Orengo's shoes, and has taken to his Twitter account to explain the kind of pain in there. Murkomen is the former majority leader. He lost his position when his ideas and speech could not match his party's agenda. According to party rules and as it is in our country, you must follow the party's stand and respect the party leaders.
The BBI bill has been in the both parliaments for debate. Leaders have been talking out their ideas on the amendment of the constitution. Regardless of their parties, each has had the opportunity to debate. Senior Council Orengo, who is also an ODM member that has been a promoter of the bill, has had a contradictory view on some amendment sections from his party's stand.
Some have refered to him as a traitor and even some think he might loose his position as minority leader. However, that is not clear from the party. Therefore, Murkomen feels he went through the same experince as Orengo and is symphathesing with him. Netizens have reacted on his Tweet as follows.
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