Mnanidharau 200 Million house only? - Murkomen tells Kenyans

200 million house seems too cheap...

Murkomen was among those who found themselves on the spot concerning their wealth.

In one of the tweets, Murkomen was accused of owning a Sh200 Million house in Karen, Boghani Villa. The Senator was questioned on how he was able to acquire such a lavish property in one of Kenya’s prime area.

However, Mr. Murkomen seemed unbothered with the allegations and sarcastically commented that Sh200 million house was cheap for a man of his status.

"Mnanidharau 200 only ?,"  (you are underrating me, 200 million only?) Mukomen posed.

"Nobody becomes rich or wealthy through SALARY(Not , or ). You must take loans, do business, sell good&/or services, do farming, create ideas &  sell them etc. Stop the nonsense of . Mzee Kenyatta taught us to fight poverty not riches,” he said.

Murkomen went on to claim that Nyakundi was using the hashtag as a business.

"Nyakundi is in business. Does extortion through social media. Kazi yenu retweet na yake is pocket the money. Go and work," Murkomen alleged.

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