Former State House official has broken his silence leaking details of a high profile meeting held at Serena Hotel in Nairobi allegedly attended by the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta's Kieleweke faction Members of Parliament and Orange Democratic Movement Party Members of Parliament.
On his twitter platform, the vocal blogger who is also the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's close diehard has stated that the Kieleweke and the ODM party Legislators were in a meeting with the Former British Prime Minister Mr Tony Blair on Thursday morning.
However, Itumbi did not disclose the main agenda in the meeting stating that if any matter of importance will be discussed, he will give details.
''Serena Hotel. Breakfast Meeting. Former British PM, Tony Blair, meeting Kieleweke and ODM MPs. Kanini, Wambugu, Junet and others in attendance, if anything worth the time is discussed, it shall be DECLASSIFIED!'' Blogger Dennis Itumbi stated on his social media platform.
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