The child of a squatter, Murkomen experienced childhood in a town in the Embobut Backwoods yet is never modest to remind his constituents amid political revives of his closeness to the forces that be.
Be that as it may, his closeness to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto has caused issues down the road for him as he gets ready to protect his seat in one year from now’s races.
A weekend ago, the Senate Delegate Dominant part Pioneer was on the accepting end at a peace meeting at Kerio Valley Boys Secondary School after inhabitants berated him over Celebration’s execution.
The meeting was composed by nearby holy places and the area government, apparently to petition God for peace taking after another round of assaults by cows rustlers.
Kimaiyo, the previous Inspector General of police and Kenya Airport Authority boss has said he will look for Kanu’s ticket to battle it out with Murkomen who is exceptionally anticipated that would be Jubilee’s competitor.
Likewise in the race is Michael Kibiwot, a senior officer with an universal NGO.