Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen has brought the fight to blogger Cyprian Nyakundi after he was referred to as a ‘pornography addict.’
The two have been at each others throats following the creation of the #weknowyoursalary that seeks to expose government officials who might have amassed their wealth illegally.
The two were at it on Monday after the Elgeyo Marakwet senator claimed that ‘nobody becomes rich or wealthy through salary.’
“You must take loans, do business, sell good &/or services, do farming, create ideas & sell them etc. Stop the nonsense of
#WeKnowYourSalary. Mzee Kenyatta taught us to fight poverty not riches,” he said on social media.
He then accused the blogger of extorting people through social media, prompting Nyakundi to respond to the accusations.
“Wewe mwizi Kipchumba Murkomen rudisha pesa za NYS kwanza. The “Nyakundi is an extortionist” line is old. Kila mtu anaijua. Vimal Shah aliitumia in 2015. It’s 2018 now. Kama ulikula pesa na malaya mpaka hauna za ku-extortiwa na bloggers, cheza chini Mama Nanii,” he replied on Twitter.
Not one to take things lying down, the Boy-child President on Tuesday morning said that the legislator needs help for his pornography addiction.
Responding to Nyakundi, Murkomen said that he will not be cyber bullied and will not allow ‘a dimwit’ to shake him down.
Leave Nyakundi alone. Dimwits who cannot definitely sustain and argument resort to matters copulation. I can never be bullied. You will never extort anything from me by introducing debate around coitus. I am not Boarding https://t.co/ujunHMwSok
— KIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN, E.G.H (@kipmurkomen) June 19, 2018
KoT also had this to say:
I said long time ago that Nyakundi is a numskull. He blocked me. Let him try another means of hustle.
— Gunflash (@hm_wako) June 19, 2018
Kipchumba right now pic.twitter.com/cb5hdYR0VQ
— Mongare Richard🇰🇪 (@Richbom) June 19, 2018
— WhiteSoul🌙 (@smokingmug) June 19, 2018
The site so lit. He be like… pic.twitter.com/hsFVWzcbT3
— #Say_NO_to_WAR (@prokopandaz) June 19, 2018
— Annette Ogaro (@Empressogaro) June 18, 2018
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