Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has caused a stir online after Questioning ANC Party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi for calling out the Orange Democratic Movement party (ODM) for the removals of Senator Malala as the Senate Deputy Minority leader.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Wednesday in Response to Mudavadi Statement condemning ODM for Malala's Ouster, Murkomen asked Mudavadi which one was better between ODM party's move to remove Malala from the Deputy Minority leader position and his move in June 2020 where he expelled Malala from his ANC party, a Question which has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his post.
"We are not scared as WESTERN people Now we can open our eyes and have strategic solutions ahead of 2022.Don't be mislead by Kenya peoples as WESTERN mulembe nation we are going to form our forces ahead of 2022 New face to state house." A comment read.
"Odm maneno yake nimekataa... 1st. It was wetangula then chris wamalwa now Senetor Malala ??... i've now believed ODM is a total Tribal Party hakuna Lingine... i'm totally disappointed in ODM 🤦♂️" a comment read.
"Mheshimiwa... understand that cerelac baby who will still cry for his mother's breasts." A comment read.
"Cleophas Malala was expelled for reasons based known of which he later apologised." A comment read.
"We stopped loving in the past long time ago. We are talking of the present. I am sure you understand why Malalah was expelled back then." A comment read.
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