Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen has today left Kenyans in shock and wonders after revealing the differences between ODM party leader Raila Odinga and UDA party leader deputy president William Ruto as per their speech. Mashujaa day celebrations brought in a lot of speculations particularly between Raila's and Ruto's speech.
According to Kipchumba Murkomen, the main differences between Ruto's and Raila's speech is that Raila Odinga always speak history of Kenya and nothing else but DP Ruto always speak things showing where Kenya going to.
" If you want to know the history of Kenya, listen to Raila Odinga. If you want to know where Kenya is going to, listen to William Ruto" stated Murkomen.
The upcoming general elections seems to be more tough as opposition leaders are trying all their means to deconstruct others with their own way of thinking. According to you as a reader, do you agree with Murkomen's revelation of the two in terms of their differences, share your opinions.
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