Some Months ago, blogger allied to Deputy president William Ruto shocked the country after revealing some information on allegations that the second in Command life was in danger. Denis Itumbi claimed that some official from the government met in a certain hotel where a plot was hatched to eliminate Ruto. This Allegation raised questions in the country. Several kenyans wondered how true it was.
Well, according to reports. The court has rulled that blogger Denis Itumbi has a Case to answer concerning this Claims. He will be expected to appear and she'd some light on the matter soon.
"COURT FINDS Dennis Itumbi has a case to answer for spreading information alleging a plot to assassinate Deputy President William Ruto." Reported Nation.
Here are some reactions.
"This is just a start. Someone in his family should advise him, governments have all types of tools at their disposal. You cannot win against a team, no matter who you are." Posted David.
"Spreading romours just to confuse the members of the public. Let him answer if he have enough evidence, let him be bold enough." Posted Mark.
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