Photo Credit: Kipchumba Murkomen [Facebook|Files]
Speaking Friday evening, Murkomen mounted pressure on President Uhuru Kenyatta, slamming him for withholding curfew-lift as long.
Murkomen asked Kenyatta to stop ‘hypocrisy' in fight against Coronavirus in disguise of imposing directives, punitive to Kenyans.
He also noted, long-time imposed curfew has been beneficial to political class as common Kenyan suffer.
“The nighttime curfew is benefiting the Political elite more than the ordinary Kenyans, ” he said, as People daily Publication reads
DP Ruto and Raila Odinga have been flexing muscles in the country in bid to popularize their political slogans ahead of 2022 general elections.
Odinga on Friday held trails of Campaigns in Eldoret, where he asked residents to rally behind his unity call dubbed ‘Azimio la Umoja'
In other hand, his Political counterpart [William Ruto] popularized his 'hustler narrative' in coastal region of Kenya, Kilifi county.
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