Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has finally responded to Mutahi Ngunyi's tweet that came to Police defence after blocking Motorists on Saturday evening while implementing Covid-19 measures.
The renowned political analyst in his tweet Irked twitter users and Mutahi found himself in trouble.
In his tweet,Mutahi applauded the police actions saying the Government should not be bullied by cowards on social media.
Mutahi Ngunyi went ahead and slammed at those who criticised Government terming them as cowards who would call for a revolution but they are scared.
Former Majority leader sending shorts has told Mutahi Ngunyi to stop misadvising the head of state by making President Uhuru cruel and heartless.
Murkomen said Last night one lady missed her diabetes medicine and another missed her high blood pressure medicine at home.Doctors on night shift couldn't get to health facility whilst others couldn't get home to relaxation for next day duty.
Several social media users has called upon the government to open the country since most of the Kenyan's have suffered due to COVID-19 restrictions.
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