In his remarks, Itumbi has revealed the Jubilee candidate for the upcoming Kiambaa by-elections.
The controversial Hustler Nation Spokesman has revealed that Jubilee has settled on Hon Kariri Njama as its candidate for the upcoming polls.
He has further revealed that this pick will be made through a boardroom interview and not the usual party nominations that everyone is used to.
Itumbi has also warned other candidates who may be interested in flying the Jubilee flag in the Kiambaa by-election that it is a waste of time, since the flag bearer is already decided.
"Jubilee will use BOARDROOM interviews to pick their candidate for Kiambaa by-elections. The Candidate is Kariri Njama. The rest, if you know them, whisper it is A WASTE OF TIME. Candidate already decided," Itumbi said.
The remarks by Itumbi have sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed his timeline to pen mixed thoughts on his revelation.
Below are some of the reactions of the netizens;
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