The political season is in full swing and Senator Murkomen is not being left behind. Back in the day, Jubilee promised to build stadia in the country when it took power. I don’t know about any of you but I haven’t seen any.
Deputy President William Ruto sparked uproar when he updated Kenyans about the state of stadia under construction across the country.
“But in six months’ time, the stadium in Wote will be complete, in three month’s time the stadium in Chuka will be complete, in three month’s time the stadium in Moyale will be complete and in six month’s time the stadium in Kamariny, West Pokot, will be complete,” Ruto said during the launch of Jubilee manifesto at Kasarani indoor arena.
It turned that the “Kamariny Stadium” the DP was talking about is in Elgeyo Marakwet County and not West Pokot. But does the stadium really exist?
Well, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen took to Twitter to produce photographic evidence of the construction of the ultra-modern stadium.
Let me know if you can see the stadium in question because I most certainly can’t. And neither could these guys it seems: