Dennis Itumbi Leaks Details of Jubilee Night Meeting on Kang’ata's Fate
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
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Irungu Kang’ata’s letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta telling about the position of BBI in Mount Kenya region has continued to elicit mixed reactions among Kenyans and leaders.It has also made some leaders allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta to call on removal of Kang’ata as Senate Majority Whip.However, a section of leaders allied to DP Ruto has vowed to stand with Kang’ata if a motion is tabled to remove him.
Dennis Itumbi, a well known Deputy President William Ruto’s confidant has revealed the late night meeting between Jubilee party leaders on Irungu Kang’ata's case.Itumbi revealed that the meeting was chaired by Karanja Kibicho with only the agenda being Irungu Kang’ata.
Itumbi also leaked screenshots of what transpired in the meeting. As per the screenshots, Kang’ata was compelled to retract the letter that he wrote to the president but he refused claiming he did it in good faith and also added he rather leave than retract.
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