- Murkomen criticise Jerome, saying he has changed tune.
Members of the United Democratic Alliance UDA have been on the receiving end from authorities ever since Dp Ruto was blocked to fly to Uganda.
Yesterday 7th August, Sen. Kipchumba Murkomen reacted with fury over the the comment made by PS State Department For ICT and Innovation Hon. Jerome Ochieng.
Jerome provocatively commented on the arrest of the Turkish businessman Harun Ayudin asking if a valid work permit an authorisation to do everything under the sun. "Just asking for a friend ama."
This didn't go down with the youthful Sen. Who took to Twitter to air his disapproval.
"Uko na ujinga mingi sana PS. And the way ulikuwa unatulilia sana ukitafuta hiyo Kazi. Sasa unajifanya wewe ni mtu wa maana sana. Awuoro Kabisa."
This has triggered reaction from Sen. Murkomen's followers
"We are warning you to stop insulting the PS. Wewe ujinga na ujeuri imefanya ulifutwa kazi so don't bring your feelings here. Suit your self in Opposition and hold your anger in between behind their." Joel Okello posted.
"My Friend Kipchumba Murkomen , Hii makasiriko utaacha lini, it's a good thing that you are learning how opposition works to keep those in government on check, Next Year 2022 you and your Sugoi personal person DP Ruto you will be in charge of it fully, Tano Tena " @FrankMtetezi replied.
"Wewe ndiye mjinga mkuu, na mwizi. Pesa ya Kimwarer and Arror dam utatapika. Terrorist sympathiser." Evangeline Karimi tweeted.
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