It seems Murathe has no where to hide as he continues being trolled online and on social media. The bashing has come from his party's dismal performance in the last by-elections. The Jubilee party contested in three elections and lost all. It was rumoured that Murathe tried to go to State House to save face but was denied entry. He must still be smarting from that.
Susan Kihika the Nakuru senator has deemed it is not too late to join the party. The vocal senator posted around midnight last night trolling the jubilee vice chair. She said that Murathe despite his arrogance and chest thumping, at the end of the day he is just underwhelming, clueless fella.
Susan wondered how he merited to be someone's advisor in chief. Susan Kihika went ahead and said that Murathe should be held responsible for the dwindling fortunes of the ruling party. Although Murathe whenever speaking on media gives an aura of speaking for the top office, the presidency has never formally acknowledged Murathe for holding its brief.
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