Why Nyakach MP Slapped Top Government PS 3 Times ~ Alleges Dennis Itumbi
By NRMedia | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 7020 views
Four days ago, reports emerged that Nyakach MP Joshua Aduma had allegedly slapped Interior PS Karanja Kibicho after an altercation over BBI.
The law maker was said to have ran into hide after police mounted a man hunt for him. However, Tanga-tanga spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has come out to shed some more light on the issue.
Taking to his Twitter page on Tuesday evening, Itumbi claimed that efforts to arrest the Raila allied MP have bee dwarfed and that the MP is scot free. According to Itumbi, the decision to let the MP be was arrived at after intervention from some powerful ODM officials.
"An effort by Deep State to arrest Nyakach MP, Joshua Aduma have been stopped. The MP, punched a Senior PS, three times at Ole Sereni. He accussed the PS of two things;" tweeted Itumbi.
Itumbi claimed that the MP had accused Kibicho of interfering with issues in his constituency as well as dipping his nose in the handshake and working to sabotage his boss Raila Odinga.
"1. Interfering with issues in his constituency. The MP lost both his parents and it is leadership and Personal 2. Unachezea Baba kwanini? Life and its moments." he added
Itumbi's allegations comes just a week after ODM ledaership led by Senator Orengo came out to accuse some powerful government officials led by Kibicho of interfering with the handshake.
According to Orengo, Kibicho and his colleagues were taking advantage of the handshake to sabotage Raila and plan for 2022 succession politics endorsing a section of leaders.
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