Former Senate majority leader Hon Kipchumba Murkomen who is also a strong supporter of deputy president William Ruto has now made a request to president Uhuru Kenyatta and the government in general following the mistreatment of their leader Hon William Ruto.
According to the report, Hon Murkomen now wants to know why the Government is harassing deputy president William Ruto saying that if there's anything he stole then they are ready to pay in order to stop further harassment of Hustlers clerk."We want to know what exactly the deputy president did to president Uhuru Kenyatta to warrant him the kind of treatment he is receiving," said Hon Murkomen. "He is being treated like rubbish. If he stole anything, we want to repay," he added.This comes few days after withdrawal of Ruto's five drivers and replacement of his GSU security with AP officers. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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