This comes just after the Milimani court found him answerable to allegations he made that Deputy President William life is in danger and there is a plot to assassinate the second in command.
"After evaluating the evidence on record l find that the prosecution has proved beyond reasonable doubt the charges against the accused persons herein. I According put them on their defense," Magistrate Mutuku ruled on Itumbi's allegations.
Itumbi in his tweets has always been a critic of Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr. Fred Matiang'i always accusing him of being involved in the Ruaraka land scandal.
The Interior CS is currently in Qatar on a special assignment delegated by President Uhuru Kenyatta where he met with Qatar Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid Bin Khalifa Bin Abdulaziz Al Thani and delivered a message from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
And now Itumbi claims he has information on the latest move of Dr. Fred Matiang'i.
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