Kipchumba Murkomen is a man of means, and previously pegged his wealth at KSh 550 million during vetting as CS Months into office, his wealth was on full display as he was spotted with a luxury timepiece The politician’s Hublot watch with matte black finish is worth an eye-popping KSh 1.6 million
It seems the criticism did nothing to change Murkomen’s ways, as he’s been spotted wearing Philipp Plein sneakers. Known as the phantom kicks, a white version of the shoes costs KSh 84,000 while a black version goes for KSh 96,000. Hence, Murkomen averagely paid over KSh 80,000 for the shoes made in Germany.
All Kenyans are capable of stealing but kalejingas steal at satanic levels. Sisi wenye tulikapitia time ya Nyayo tunatizama tuu. Those guys wanaiba mpaka mifupa. Show me a Kikuyu or luhya who has ever looted a parastatal to the ground and I will show you a unicorn.
Due to their cultural practices associated with cattle raids, stealing is politely termed as taking away for safe keeping.
This fvcker’s office furniture was upgraded at a cost of Ksh 16 Million. Leather Sofas, Desks, Swivel chair, file cabinets, curtains and sh!t. That sh!t maybe cost Ksh 2.4 Million max, the rest? Pocketed and all invoiced to Wanjiku.
Sasa shida iko wapi mwanaume akitumia pesa yake? His own salary hata bila marupurupu can afford him a new 96k sneaker every month. That trouser is probably a Territory Pant. Nice stuff. Watu watafute pesa scarcity mentality ipungue.