Controversial Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi wants Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen to confirm to kenyans whether he is still behind the Deputy President William Ruto or he has moved to KANU. The request by the analyst comes amid high speculations from Political elite that the former majority Leader might have ditched the Hustler Nation Movement. Speculations has been circulating around that Murkomen is contemplating to shift to KANU Party allied to Gideon Moi.
Mutahi Ngunyi alleges that the silence of the former majority is fueling rumours of his departure from hustler nation movement allied to William Ruto. However, although Kipchumba Murkomen Called out those spreading rumors that he has abandoned the Deputy President William Ruto. The Senator revealed that he has been out if the country and those reports are just being spread by Political enemy. The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator has been a strong Pillar in the Deputy President William Ruto Camp but lately he has been silent sparking serious speculations.
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