The former Senate Majority leader Hon Kipchumba Murkomen has showered senators Cleophas Malala with praise claiming that he is more active than Oka principals. In his official twitter account Kipchumba Murkomen wonders whether the OKA principals are still in the presidential race.Cleophas Malala has been a very vocal leader dancing the tune of One Kenya Alliance and he had been insisting that hon Musalia Mudavadi will be in ballots comes 2022 and that he won't back Raila Odinga once more.
However, Kipchumba Murkomen feels that the principals have been very calm despite being in the race to succed President Uhuru Kenyatta. Kipchumba wonders why they haven't been active where else Odm Party leader Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto have been on and off hunting for votes.
According to Kipchumba Murkomen Senator Cleophas Malala is much ahead of his principals and that he has been very active than them. He feels that he stands a better chance to be in the race than his principals due to his aggressiveness. This comes after a long period of time without seeing them in the country just like other leaders.
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