Following the latest remarks by vocal and popular TangaTanga blogger Dennis Itumbi on the hustler nation trip to Nyandarua county, much has been said across the country.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Dennis had posted pictures capturing the mammoth crowd who had attended the Deputy President William Ruto's tour to the region.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Kenyans keenly noted that, ANC party Presidential candidate Hon Musalia Mudavadi was equally able to pull such a big crowd as well.
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Some of those who overwhelmingly reacted to Itumbi's post, had the following to say as I captured it from his facebook timeline for your review.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Your followers should look at the three photos keenly. More so the third one.
*We passed this stage a decade ago. We are no longer excited by a mammoth crowd Dennis Itumbi.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Rurii is home. I am very proud of my own people. They came from all over this ward freely. We love the hustler nation.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Today at Nyandarua. Musalia Mudavadi is the next big 'thing' in Kenya.
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