We prove that, under certain conditions, the existence of a curve of $(m+2)$-secants to the Kummer variety of an indecomposable principally polarized abelian variety $X$, represents $m$-times the minimal cohomological class in $X$. In the case of $m=2$, we find an involution of such curve. We end by showing, under certaing geometric conditions, that only \(m\) different secants of $(m+2)$-secants to the Kummer variety implies the existence of a curve of $(m+2)$-secants to the Kummer variety.