Does this happen while you are using it, or while it's just sitting there? Did the room you moved it from have a significant temp. difference compared to the room it's in now? Is the problem recurring? In other words, after you wiped it down, did it gather condensation again? Also, is your tower or wherever you mounted the faucet insulated? For whatever reason, there is enough of a temp difference between the ambient and the faucet that it is forming the condensate. Either cold air is leaking around the faucet or the tower is not insulated enough. Not really normal, but more of a housekeeping issue than anything else.
Disconnect your hoses and clean them and your faucets out. When you disconnect the hoses, make sure that the Keg post(s) aren't leaking. If the faucet was clean to begin with, it's hard to believe that there was enough sludge pulled up to block it, but I guess it could happen. If so, you pulled some major funk into your keg when you transferred. I almost always age mine a month or two in the keg so any trub in the bottom pretty much stays there until the keg empties. Let us know what you find out. Luck - Dwain