This is How They Eat Your Taxes, Popular Blogger Blasts Murkomen, ‘Koliks’ Eating in Nakuru (Video)

Hours after a number of leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto converged in Nakuru to stand in solidarity with Kapseret MP during his case hearing, Kenya’s popular blogger has come out to rigidly hit at the team.

Lord Abraham Mutai on Twitter: "Lord Abraham Mutai meets Robert Alai wuod  Onyango. Cartel network and decentralized digital dispensation tu. Tuko  imara…"
Lord Abraham Mutai (Right) with his fellow blogger Robert Alai (Left) having a great moment. Photo/Courtesy

Posting a video of the Tanga-tanga group happily sharing a meal at a Nakuru hotel, Lord Abraham Mutai, a popular city blogger, mocked Murkomen together with the team saying they were exposing how they had been busy eating the taxpayer’s money while claiming they were hustlers.

In the video that has since brought some humour online, Murkomen, who had seemingly ordered only tea and mandazi, is seen stretching out his spoon and tasting Aisha Jumwa and Susan Kihika’s foods before requesting them to share the ‘delicious’ food with him.

The seemingly hungry and noisy legislators had taken to the hotel to have their breakfast after a busy morning session at Nakuru Central Police station.

Among the Tanga-tanga members who were present in Nakuru to stand in solidarity with Sudi included Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika, Nandi Governor Stephen Sang, who is part of Sudi’s legal team, Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri and Uasin Gishu Woman Rep Gladys Shollei.

Others included Senator Kipchumba Murkomen, MPs Aisha Jumwa, Nelson Koech, Kimani Ngunjiri, Cornelius Serem, Julius Melly, Liza Chelulei, Hillary Koskei, Silvanus Maritim, Mp Alice Wahome several MCAs among other leaders.

Sudi will remain in police custody for another two days pending the ruling on his bail and bond.

This was after the prosecution presented before the Nakuru Chief Magistrate, Josephat Kalo, a miscellaneous application seeking to hold Sudi for 14 days to allow time for investigation.

His detention, however, came as a blessing in disguise to his fellow remandees at the station after the MP splashed close to Ksh. 300,000 to bail them out.

The controversial MP also bought his cellmates mattresses and jackets.


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