Murkomen Hits at Raila’s Congo Visit, Links it to Fake Gold Scam

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ODM leader Raila Odinga is finding his visit to Congo a tough stay after Senate Majority leader Kipchumba Murkomen linked his trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo with the ongoing investigations into the multi-million fake gold scandal.

Through his Twitter page, while responding to Junet’s post, Murkomen observed that Raila Odinga went to Congo manage the scandal while his two allies Junet and Wanga were busy planning with the suspects on how to counter the narrative.

In the thin-veiled attack, the Senator demanded for arrests to be made, making it clear that the handshake deal between Odinga and Kenyatta should not be a barrier in the quest to establish the truth.

“Hapa iko Sisi Wakenya tunataka kuona kamatakamata Friday ifanye ile kazi yake. We don’t want to be told we are protecting some handshake,” he added.

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Murkomen made the remarks while responding to Junet who had taken to Twitter, stating that Murkomen was among the four Rift Valley MPs who approached Zaheer Jhanda with a proposal to link Mr Odinga with the fake gold scam.

“I have been approached by four Rift Valley MPs to implicate Raila and Matiangi “ Zahir today’s Standard Newspaper. The four MPs are Hon Sudi, Hon Caleb Kositany, Hon Koech and Gov sang. Alafu mnapiga Pang’anga Huko Kitale eti fulani alipanda Ndege..”wrote Junet.

AU High Representative on Infrastructure and ODM Leader Raila Odinga flew to the DRC on Friday evening to hold talks with DRC President Felix Tshekedi.

Odinga flew to Kinshasa for the talks that centered on the building of the Kinshasa- Brazzaville bridge which is part of the Tripoli- Cape Town Trans Africa Highway

In the leaked audio conversation, Wetang’ula dropped the names of President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition chief Raila Odinga to assure a Dubai gold investor believed to be Ali Zandi that their detained consignment would be released.

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