Former majority leader of the senate Kipchumba murkomen has symbolically handed over the office of the majority leader to Kericho senator Aaron Cheruiyot.
In a statement on Thursday, the CS Nominee for roads and transport walked down memory lane of when he lost the seat to west Pokot senastor Samwel poghisio, who was Endorsed by former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Two years ago My staff&I were hurriedly bundled out of the office of the Majority Leader. Today I had the opportunity to decently handover(symbolically) the office to the new ML @Aaroncheruiyot . I even had the opportunity to call&thank staff who worked with me during my tenure", said murkomen on Twitter.
In a statement he added that he had called and expressed his gratitude to the staff who worked with him during the time.
I will always cherish the good memories and experiences gained while serving in this great office.
Senator Cheruiyot was named majority leader during the house's first regular meeting on Tuesday. He will be Deputized by Nakuru senator Tabitha karanja.
Murkomen's statement elicited reactions from kenyans with some hailing him for being a good mentor.
Mundia: One thing I like about you mhesh is you love to mentor young leaders and you give them opportunity to grow God bless you for that work and HE continue to increase you so that you can increase the young ones and give them more oppotunity
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