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The country's attention has been drawn to reports that a son of an influential cabinet secretary in the Jubilee government was reportedly restrained at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for questioning.
According to former state house digital strategist Dennis Itumbi who has overtime proved to be a dependable source of all the nitty-gritties that happen behind closed doors in government, the son of the unnamed cabinet secretary was en route to the United Arab Emirates for undisclosed engagement.
Itumbi claims that his sources say the unnamed CS son had tagged along huge sums of money which were in dollars to the shock of authorities at the airport who were clearing him before boarding the Dubai-bound flight.
It was however not established immediately whether the said cabinet secretary's son was cleared to fly to his destination or his money was confiscated or any other eventuality that happened thereafter.
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