Tangatanga top blogger Dennis Itumbi has left netizens guessing what would be cooking after pulling down deputy president William Ruto's photo as his Facebook cover photo on Wednesday night.
The former statehouse director of communication is known to be an ardent supporter of the dp and has been using Ruto's pictures on his facebook display for a long time.
Pulling down the photo on which the dp shared breakfast with his new security team has created room for speculations on whether he plans to quit the camp in future despite being a staunch aide to the hustler nation kingpin.
Although such a move might not mean anything bad for tangatanga brigade which has greatly depended on Itumbi for sensitive information from Ruto's opponents, majority of his followers have taken this change as an hidden message he was trying to pass.
Do you think Itumbi changing his Facebook cover photo has anything to do with his boss William Ruto?Leave your thoughts on the comment section below.
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