The Majority Leader of the Senate, Kipchumba Murkomen, has revealed to Kenyans that he was once a pastor at Ngara, in Nairobi.
During the interview, the Senate Majority leader said that when he started, many people attended the church, but later on, they left because of his accent.
“I was a mini pastor. At first, many people would come, and because of my accent, people left, which meant we couldn’t collect much. I hadn’t learned how to speak in tongues,” said Murkomen.
He further stated that despite not collecting a lot of money from the church to pay for his university fee, he still believes in preaching.
Murkomen also revealed that during his period in high school, he would speak in Marakwet to confuse other people who were speaking in tongues so that he didn’t feel left out.