Self-proclaimed Hustlers spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has alleged what governor Kimemia told Raila Odinga during the Mt. Kenya foundation Luncheon, according to the close ally of Ruto, the Laikipia governor challenged Raila to protect the interest of President Uhuru's family once he wins the forthcoming presidential elections.
Itumbi alleged that Kimemia revealed how they did the same for the second president Moi when Kibaki took over in 2002 and for former president Mwai Kibaki when Uhuru took over in 2013.
"Governor Kimemia to Raila Odinga, - Some things are difficult to say but, PM secure interests, properties and family of President Uhuru, when we came in with President Kibaki we did for President Moi and his family.These are things that we have to say & I am sure you are able to do that" He posted on his Twitter handle.
Raila held a successful meeting with the group and they reportedly vowed to back his presidential bid. Kenyans who reacted to Itumbi's allegations gave different opinions as below.
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