Kenyans Wowed with New 'Miguna and Murkomen' Parody Hot Seat Debate on a National Television [Video]
By JM.MENDOZA | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 6 views
If we can still remember during those days of Miguna Miguna in Kenya especially just before and after the 2017 general elections, all Eyes were on national television where he use to attend for a hot seat debates with other politicians.
By calling himself the NRM General, Miguna Miguna was known for his eloquence and how he use to roast his opponents on a live national television.
Among the politicians and leaders that he mostly used to disagree with live include the most vocal Elgeyo Marakwet County Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen, Senator Aaron Cheruiyot and Senator Kimani Wamatangi of Kiambu County.
Ever since he got deported to Canada, such hot debates among Kenyan politicians have always been missed.
Even though, Kenyans came to be awakened with the new parody of the two individuals, Miguna Miguna and Senator Murkomen, which was yesterday seen on a live television at NTV.
That was during the Trend Show when the NTV journalist Amina Mohammed hosted the two individuals who perfectly resembled Miguna Miguna and Murkomen, taking on each other with hard tackles as if it were a real debate between the real Miguna and Murkomen.
This has really caught much reactions from Kenyans who have been unable to hide their love for the parody as they hail the two individuals for bringing back the picture of Miguna and Murkomen.
Below are some of the reactions;
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