According to the former State House digital strategist, the meeting which is currently taking place at Lake Naivasha Resort, is being attended by Mt. Kenya small parties with the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) process audit the main agenda.
Itumbi further alleges that this meeting has been an urgent one due to revelations that several Government entities were forced by Harambe House and 'Deep State' pretenders to fully finance the BBI to a tune of Ksh 2Billion.
"The BBI Audit started after it was discovered that several Parastatals were forced by Harambe House Prefects and Deep State Pretenders to finance the outfit in the name of the President." Part of Itumbi's statement said.
Itumbi opines that key players in the BBI saga are desperately trying to cover up the massive embezzlement of public funds.
However, according to Itumbi, Presidential hopeful and Speaker of National Assembly Hon Muturi declined to attend the said meeting.
Here is Itumbi's alleged meeting report ;
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