Elgeiyo Marakwet senator Honerable Kipchumba Murkomen has elicited mixed reactions after his statement on Jeff Koinange live show. While speaking today, he has claimed that, it is not a must for Deputy president William Ruto to be president of the republic of Kenya. He has gone further to say that, Incase Ruto fails to clinch the statehouse seat come 2022. He will stand by him to conceed defeat and also encourage him to build the nation in a different capacity.
"Senator Kipchumba Murkomen: The DP does not have to be President. He is just a presidential candidate with new ideas… If he does not win, I will be standing with him to concede defeat and build the nation in other capacities" reported Citizen Television.
Here are some reactions.
"@KoinangeJeff tell @kipmurkomen that "When something bad happens you have three choices. You can either let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you." Kenyan politics needs some brains.Planning all through.Kenyans are watching." Posted David.
"What new ideas is murkomen busy talking about? Remembering the promises Ruto made to kenyans and hasn't come through in any of them and he already has new ideas, conclusion is Ruto has ideas in his mind that never seem to become a reality." Posted David.
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