Denis ithumbi is one of the well known individuals in the country especially when it come to political matters. Ithumbi once worked as the director of communication in the statehouse. Currently, Itumbi is working with deputy president hon William Ruto.
Over time, Itumbi have been giving out political updates in the country. He has been helping the people of Kenya to understand political activities happening inside the country especially on the issue of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and the Uhuru-Raila's handshake. On other hand, Itumbi have been advocating for William Ruto's Hustler Nation and newly formed UDA party.
Now, today, Itumbi took on his Facebook page as usual to send a message to his followers. His message today was just wishing his followers a good evening. "Jioni poa,,," Itumbi said.
After his post, netizens started commenting on his post where one of the Facebook users asked Itumbi whether he has no content today. On his response, Itumbi said that greetings is one of the top content. Here is the conversation between Itumbi and this Facebook user;
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