Dennis Itumbi who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau ( HNIB) agents are reporting that 35 days ago, the Jubilee Party reached out to Chiefs. The mission was simple. Conduct an opinion poll on Popular Candidates and hand in a report. It is so declassified!
Alex tweeted, "Kwani Kikuyu's wanakuwanga na party? And the news of Jubilee backing up weak candidates for post on the basis of who you know, it should be joy for UDA, why are you even declassifying anything."
Mugambi tweeted, "How many chiefs have the knowledge and apparatus to conduct a credible Opinion Poll? Do you even know what is that?"
Mungai tweeted, "Uhuru kenyatta is selfish to his own people but why favour his own family relatives? Am telling kikuyus please do away with kenyatas like the way kalenjins did away with moi a good leader kingpin will come in..that everyone will joy up same case as kalenjins joy up Ruto."
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