Murkomen:Why should the government pay Ghost workers like the ‘bad mannered’ Raila?


A section of Jubilee leaders have urged the government to stop paying ghost workers like the Opposition leader Raila Odinga. They have also told the  Opposition Chief to stop attacking Deputy President William Ruto over 2022 campaigns.

Three Senators and more than ten MPs said Raila, whom they described as ‘leader with bad manners’, should stop arrogating himself the duty to speak for Jubilee.

Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen says he cannot understand why the government is pleasing Raila Odinga with irresistible amounts of money when he has a job at the African Union as a High Representative of Infrastructure.

“Let’s be reasonable for once. The government cannot purport to fight ghost workers when an old man is their representative” Senator Murkomen said.

Senator Murkomen  described the Opposition chief as an insincere leader who wanted to wreck Jubilee the way he has done to the parties he has been in.

Murkomen told Raila to keep off the activities of the Jubilee Party, saying the Opposition leader was hell-bent on
extending the wrangles and confusion in NASA to Jubilee.

He echoed Kithure Kindiki’s sentiments: “As Jubilee, we are not campaigning for
2022 or any other year but touring the grassroots to explore ways of addressing challenges facing the people as well as launching water, health, churches among
other projects.”

“Jubilee Party is not campaigning because Ruto is our automatic candidate who will take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta when he retires in 2022 alongside Mr
Odinga,” Murkomen added.

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