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Senator Murkomen shares photo of his youthful dad

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Senate majority leader has sparked an online discussion after posting a picture of his youthful dad.

From the picture one will confuse the old man for his brother. “Today I had a special visitor in my office in the person of my Dad.

“We had an opportunity to pray for God’s grace and guidance in the difficult tasks ahead of us in our different careers. May God guide him in his pastoral duties. Amen” Said senator Murkomon.

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Kenyans were left speechless with some being glad to be meeting his dad for the first time. Others said he looks like his age mate.

In July Murkomen blamed ODM leader RAila Odinga for the Mau eviction but things took a new twist when Siaya senator James Orengo said that Murkomen’s father had sired an idiot.

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The remarks sent netizens into afrenzy but Murkomen replied back saying that he respects Mr. James Orengo and he his family and his children even though he does not know them.

He also said that the only person who can debate with Orengo is his dad only. Senator James Orengo is slightly older than my dad.

“Orengo was elected to Bunge in 1979, the year I was born. A debate of who gave birth to what kind of a child can only be between Orengo and my Dad. I would like to respect Orengo’s children and their achievements even though I don’t know them.”Said Mr. Kipchumba Murkomen

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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