Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has channeled his war of words to the United Democratic Alliance affiliated allies with digital strategist Dennis Itumbi a vocal supporter of Deputy President William Ruto the latest casualty of his hard tackles.
The United Democratic Alliance has made a new acquisition in their communication team by snapping former Citizen TV news anchor Hussein Mohammed who has been appointed as the head of communication in Ruto's campaign team.
Ngunyi has chided Dennis Itumbi who has been privy to happenings at the Deputy President's camp by claiming he had been replaced by Hussein Mohammed.
The seasoned political analyst has likened this latest appointment by UDA to how Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi had replaced governor Anne Waiguru as the running mate to the Deputy President William Ruto.
The professor poked holes at Ngunyi's alleged abduction and sarcastically posed a question asking if revolutions could eat their own children.
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