Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions after Dennis Itumbi shared details of a message that he allegedly received through his social media accounts.
According to Itumbi, the deputy president William Ruto's planned visit to Laikipia county will be disrupted by hecklers being mobilised by some of his political opponents.
The message alleges that several people have been mobilised and are being booked into hotels from as far as Nakuru county with the aim of having them heckle the second in command when he arrives in Laikipia county.
"From my inbox:Hello Dennis, be careful about Mt.Kenya tour this weekend. We have teams using Maina Njenga and others being mobilised from Nakuru and other Mt. Kenya counties and have started arriving in Nanyuki and Nyahururu and booked in hotels to heckle and block DP from the Weekend rally.. "We wish the alleged planners well..."Dennis Itumbi.
Below are reactions from Kenyans.
"Dennis stop fooling us, your jubilee government has enough machinery to suppress that nonsense. DP Ruto diligently serves this govt , let him talk to his boss about all that. Tired of this feminine talk"Benson
"The billionaires team are really desperate to protect their belongings, let them sell their agendas. They should stop intimidation"Edwin
"Kijana your case on defamation against a prominent business man is still in court and you are here again doing the same to Maina,when things go south you'll be everywhere searching for the sugoi man invain.Continue courting trouble......."Mwaura
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