Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has caused a stir online after comparing Deputy President Dr William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga with Regard to their speeches as National leaders in latest remarks.
According to details shared on the page Kenyans.co.ke's Facebook page on Thursday, Murkomen while comparing the Deputy President and the former prime minister said that anyone eager to know the history of Kenya should listen to Odinga, while a person eager to know where the country is headed should listen to Dr. William Ruto.
Remarks which have illicited Mixed Reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his thoughts.
"Where will Ruto take this country if he doesn't know the History of Kenya. Hypocrisy of the highest order." A comment read.
"We are doomed if Ruto determines where this country is headed." A comment read.
"It's normal to hear that from Murkomen." A comment read.
"Even the Constitution of a country is somehow drawn from History. " a comment read.
"Are both are important. We can't reach where we're going without looking behind to see the far we've come. " a comment read.
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