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Kenyans accuse Senator Murkomen of double standards

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Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has been on the receiving end by Kenyans by condemning the government on assassination and extrajudicial killings.

Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen who was attending the burial of his ally Mr. Benson, he directly addressed President Uhuru Kenyatta on the issue.

“Security will not be managed in the country through assassinations and extra-judicial killings,” Said the Elgeyo Marakwet Senator.

Reminding the Senator of his remarks following the death of Jacob Juma, Musando and JJ, Kenyans blamed Murkomen of double standards

Below are some of the comments

“What did you say when Jacob Juma Was Murdered…. HEBU JIANGALIE”

“Granted, now did you speak when Jacob Juma complained Ruto was planning to kill him then eventually assassinated? Did you speak when Msando was assassinated to clear obstacles against rigging for you to be in government? Saitan”

“You guys in Tangatanga buffle me nowadays. When the govt naited extrajudicial killings to intimidate opposition you fully supported it…You never commented when the likes of Musando &JJ were assassinated. Now that your govt has turned against you you’re crying foul play”

Also read: Itumbi’s arrest is a strategy to divert attention, Murkomen

“ You just don’t sound funny, you look funny. When did you realize that the government can assassinate? If you have info that the government assassinated your PA, why not sue the government which you are a vocal part?”

Kipchumba Murkomen on President Uhuru Kenyatta again

Last week Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen disagreed with President after signing into law the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2019 and the Insurance (Amendments) Bill 2018.

According to the Elgeyo Senator, President Uhuru Kenyatta was misadvised by the State Law Office and State House advisors to ensure that the laws signed are constitutional.

Also read: Murkomen disagrees with President Uhuru Kenyatta

“It’s unfortunate that State Law Office&SH advisors have failed in their duty to ensure that laws signed by our boss are Constitutional. These two Bills are Unconstitutional for want of involvement by Senate as per Art.110 of the Constitution. I am going on record for posterity”

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