Thieves of public money have panicked over Sh 1000 note ban – See what MURKOMEN said after CBK said Sh 1000 note will be useless after October 1, 2019

Sunday June 2, 2019-Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen, is among senior government officials who have panicked over introduction of new currency in Kenya.

On Saturday, Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Governor, Dr Patrick Njoroge, announced that the government will introduce new currency and phase out Sh 1000 note from October 1, 2019.

 However, Dr Njoroge’s decision to announce plans to phase out current Sh1,000 notes has elicited a sharp debate with leaders like Murkomen questioning it.

 Murkomen said the decision is targeting Deputy President William Ruto because of huge donations he makes every Sunday.

 He also sarcastically claimed that the move will compel cartels to return the money hidden at their mattresses.

"It’s been widely reported that someone is keeping my 200M in some mattress inside some house in Komorock in KShs 1000 notes. Now you know the dateline for it’s validly is October 1. Return my money forthwith and without any further delay. Lubbish,” he wrote on his Twitter page.


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