According to Itumbi, Mwangi was allegedly fired from K24 which is a media house that is largely linked to the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta and his family.
Naitwa Mwangi is from president Uhuru Kenyatta's Kiambu County from where he started as a village photographer who always did some local photography works there.
He has noted that Naitwa Mwangi has grown from a very humble person to becoming the official photographer of the Deputy President William Ruto.
"INAWEZEKANA.Naitwa Mwangi grew up in a small village in Gikuni, Kabete Kiambu county. His passion as a Village based photographer, shooting weddings and events enabled him to create Networks.He got a job at K24 and State House.But State House kicked him out just because of his zeal and passion. They saw a villager, without sosiphication and class...I then housed the great photographer at the Government Newsroom - Nexus.The villager, through his passion, determination and skill rose through the ranks and today he is the Deputy President's Photographer.A Story of Possibilities."Dennis Itumbi.
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