The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau agent, Dennis Itumbi has again resurfaced with claims against Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, Peter Munya and Magoha. He said that the Kenyan Cabinet has approved a clandestine Stimulus Project for the ODM campaign that is spearheaded by the top government officials. He alleged that the government project is to woo voters across the nation by distributing food in several key voting regions. Itumbi alleged that distribution of the relief food has began earnestly and the Deep State has allocated one billion for the project.
Itumbi said that the programme has already started in Marsabit, Turkana, Wajir, West Pokot and Baringo. He said that this programme was approved three weeks ago and CS Magoha is incharge of Nyanza. He said that in Baringo the voters are benefitting through Gideon Moi. He claimed that Munya is tasked to distribute the food in Meru and Laikipia. Now you understand the Junet relief food for votes fiasco, he said again.
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