A file photo of JKIA.
According to Itumbi, the unnamed son of the Cabinet Secretary was in his possession a huge amount of money according to the details that their Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) agents.
He has promised to ensure that all the details are made public ones the agents are able to get all the information in due course according to Dennis Itumbi.
"The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) agents are verifying reports that a senior Cabinet Secretary son was briefly held at JKIA.He was headed to Dubai.Reports indicate he had a huge sum of money in dollars.Declassification as soon as we get full info...."Dennis Itumbi.
Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions with some people urging him to ensure that he delivers the details once he gets them.
"A once senior statehouse media icon now reduced to street news monger. Things change, am sure one day Denis will be out of the streets. Earth is hard."Wachira Waruru.
"Jamaa nganunua kemikal kafanya bizness legit ngapata mirrioni ngaamua kwenda Dubai ngutumia pesa yake iko wapi shida"Mike.
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