Itumbi has released the much awaited final episode of the three piece series of HNIB declassification as he had promised. Yesterday the fearless Digital strategist in Dps office revealed What Uhuru was considering
Today through the post that Itumbi has posted in his social media platforms, it has come to light that ODM azimio was whipping to raise a kitty to finance Raila Odinga's campaigns. In the meeting the governors proposed that each governor contributes between sh 10m to sh 15million.
According to Itumbis declassification the governors wanted a standard/uniform figure for all the governors. However one governor, Martin Wambora (Embu) insisted on lower amount saying he was comfortable and could only raise sh 2 million.
The meeting ended without the Governors reading from the same page, they agreed to adjourn the meeting to a different date. Itumbi has also done a calculation and arrived at a total of Sh 450million had the governors agreed to contribute. It is not clear whether the money would have been from their pockets or from taxpayers but according to Itumbi it was to be contributed from tax payers money.
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