Tuju would not be holding any public office in the country today if not for the court order, according to Murkomen.
"The threatening judges would make you believe Raphael Tuju is not the same person fighting for his life after he was declared bankrupt," he said.
The outspoken politician went on to tell Tuju that he couldn't hold any office in the country without the court order.
Kipchumba Murkomen's bankruptcy remark against Jubilee Party's secretary-general (SG) Raphael Tuju has turned into a political football.
Murkomen's remark did not go down very well to citizens, who reminded him of how they attacked former chief justice David Maraga during the 2017 polls.
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