Former state house digital communication director and blogger Dennis Itumbi might be headed to prison for defamation following Itumbi's propaganda that Marble Arch Hotel owner Mike Maina Kamau was one of the financiers of the recent Kiambaa by-election.
"A Nairobi City tycoon,who calls money by its name and money answers,has taken your favorite big mouth Bazuu to court.He says there are many things the shaolin-headed fake news reporter should mutilate and his name isn't one of them"Gabriel Oguda tweet.
In a petition filled at the court,city businessman man wants the former state house digital communications director Dennis Itumbi to be penalized by the court and in addition to that compelled to pull down a statement that he allegedly posted on social media platforms.
In the statement,Itumbi had claimed that the city businessman successfully got his three thousand five hundred workers at his flower farm to vote for a United democratic alliance party during Kiambaa parliamentary by-elections despite collecting money from the deep state to do the opposite.
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