Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has taken a swipe at the One Kenya Alliance senior leaders as he ridiculed their activeness compared to his counterpart Cleophas Malala.
This comes as Malala who is a member of the OKA Coalition on Saturday together with other politicians from western region popularized the ANC party in Malava and Lugari constituencies.
Murkomen has questioned wether the OKA principals are still in the upcoming general elections in 2022.
"You're more active than your OKA principals. Are they still in the race?" Murkomen who is an ally to Deputy President William Ruto has said via his twitter account.
Cyrus Jirongo has also joined Oka in what was seen as part of a bigger plan to ring-fence Western Kenya vote bloc away from Raila, who is believed to hold a firm grip.
And now Murkomen feels that Malala is more active all the above leaders.
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