Nominated Cabinet Secretary for Roads and Transport Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen has reacted after some Kenya Kwanza politicians asked on his whereabouts. Taking to his twitter account Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot had asked if anybody had seen him. Aaron Cheruiyot was reminding his friend of the big football match between Manchester United and Manchester City. He told him that as a fan of Manchester United it was going to be tough for him.
Kipchumba Murkomen however, responded and revealed on his whereabouts. He told Cheruiyot that his focus is no longer on such issues but to learn more on the new office that he is yet to assume. He smartly said that he will now be different person who has bigger role to play in Ruto's government. In his remarks he said, "I am currently focusing on understanding twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) as a unit of measuring containerized cargo. I am not aware of any other significant activity happening at this moment in time."
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