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Dennis Itumbi Reveals Two Major Things Kenyans Should Expect Before Sunday

The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) led by the former state house communication and digital strategist Dennis Itumbi took a statement to twitter account revealing to Kenyans what should be expected in the country before Sunday. According to Itumbi, there are two major political developments that will happen between Thursday and Saturday.

ODM Secretary General Hon Edwin Sifuna, Siaya Senator James Orengo and Party Leader Raila Odinga.

First, the Tangatanga blogger announced that kenyans should expect news from the ODM party concerning their presidential candidate. The party had set Wednesday midnight as the deadline for application by those interested to vie for the top seat under the Orange party's umbrella.

According to Itumbi, the result from ODM party will be obvious and as expected by many. Without mentioning a name, he hinted at the most preferable candidate in the party saying he is the 'obvious one'.

"ODM's deadline for those interested to be Presidential Candidates on the party ticket lapses at Midnight. The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) does not need to tell you the obvious. ODM will declare X as the ODM Presidential Flag Bearer. Find X." the former state house operative tweeted.

Former State House Communication & Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi.

Secondly, Dennis Itumbi revealed what will happen on Saturday, following the declaration of ODM presidential candidate. According to him, the 'splinter' party which was subject to formation at the coast will be officially launched on Saturday. Even though he did not give more details about this party, it is almost clear that their plan is to pull out of the ODM party which is the dominant force at the Coast.

"Then on Saturday, a Coastal Party will be Unveiled!" Itumbi added.

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