Dennis Itumbi, a blogger and an ally of Deputy President William Ruto has raised eyebrows on the Panama post that linked President Kenyatta with secret accoumts worth billions offshore. The Panama post said that the President and his family have got billiins of shillings offshore that was gotten through ill means and taxes from kenyans. According to Itumbi, the President is in an official trip to Addis Ababa for a UNCTAD meeting after which he wi travel to USA.
On his trip to USA, Itumbi is questioning whether the President is going to lobby for a return of ICC case against his deputy president William Ruto or whether the head os state is going to lobby for funds. The ICC case that linked William Ruto to 2007 massacre is being poised to be used against William Ruto come 2022.
William Ruto has been maintaining that he is ready and without any conditions to reach a truce between him and Uhuru for the sake of unity of oir country.
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