Governor Tolgos shows Senator Murkomen's middle finger saying he will kick him out
Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Governor Tolgos

Elgeyo Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgos raised the possibility about being voted as the county's senator in August, just a day after UDA Party primaries ended across the 36 counties.

At an event in the county on Saturday, April 16, the second-term governor, who is targeting the county's Senate seat in August, told his opponent Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and his master, Deputy President William Ruto, that they should expect a tough fight.

"I had planned to retire in August, but there is a young lad here named Murkomen who is having a lot of fun." I've already informed him that I'll be on the ballot in August as a candidate for the Jubilee party. I guarantee him a titanic battle, and if Ruto tries to save him, things will get even worse. Tolgos stated, "I know Ruto would camp here to rescue him, but I will take him home."

Residents should analyze them and their scorecards, according to the governor, and give the best performers a chance to lead.

He did say, though, that he was prepared to lose if the voters choose Murkomen.

After his Uasin Gishu colleague Jackson Mandago and Samuel Tunai of Narok county, he is the third governor from the Rift Valley region to run for Senate.

After his only surviving opponent opted to run on an independent ticket, Murkomen was given the UDA party's direct candidacy ticket.

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