Popular blogger Dennis Itumbi has raised major controversies on his latest comment on social media.
Itumbi, who is a former State House head of communications had alleged that UDA's Director of Communications Mr Wanjohi Githae had been abducted while on his duty at the Bomas of Kenya.
He had also added the Chief of Staff of DP Dr William Ruto in the mix that they might have allegedly been abducted together.
However, Elgeyo Marakwet senator Hon Kipchumba Murkomen has quickly taken to his official twitter account and rubbished Itumbi's calims.
According to the former majority leader in the senate, David Chirchir was just fine subsequently as a confirmation, Itumbi's claims may be wrong.
Itumbi has been so vocal on social media as he has always drummed up support for DP Ruto's presidential bid.
He also runs his private social media platform dubbed Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) whi he purports to use to expose government conspiracies against the civilians.
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