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"The Dance Is Getting Hotter" Kenyans React After Dennis Itumbi Named Part of a Missing Man's Case

Kenyans have penned controversial reactions after Dennis Itumbi's name dragged in a case involving the missing of a journalist-turned-blogger Bogonko Bosire.

In a report via the Nation media, Bogonko Bosire's family a man who disappeared mysteriously back in 2014 says that Dennis Itumbi and who was his close ally might be having crucial information that would help them know where their son disappeared to.

Nyali Member of Parliament Hon Mohammed Ali and who earlier served as an Investigative Journalist has also said that Dennis Itumbi is the man who should tell about the whereabout of Bogonko Bosire.

"I think as a friend he knew the worries and frustrations of Bogonko at the time. Maybe Bogonko told him that he is afraid of something, so, I would ask Itumbi, what was his feeling when Bogonko posted the name of the ICC witness," says Ali.

The remarks by the family linking Itumbi to the missing of their son 6years ago has called for mixed reactions from Kenyans with some penning as follows;

Jah: The dance is getting hotter.

Njau: @OleItumbi won't say anything here..he doesn't like to be tagged in such stories. All he wants are Ruto, Raila, deep state, system ya facts and Matian'gi stories.

Micah: It's DCI's job and if @OleItumbi is culpable, then the law takes it's the course.

Njoga: Denis Itumbi went after the system not knowing that the system has his dirt and they are coming after him.

Mureithi: Seven years!!!! His parents have suffered emotional damage beyond repair. I Believe he knows something.

Gabriel Oguda: Bwana Director, @OleItumbi: Bogonko Bosire's family says you might be having crucial information that would help them know where their son disappeared to. Could you be gracious enough and end this seven-year agony they've been going through? Thanks.

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