Dennis Itumbi, Photo Courtesy
Dennis Itumbi has again revealed details of an alleged meeting held in Naivasha Resort for what has been described as an urgent meeting according to Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau.
According to Mr Itumbi, the audit started after it was discovered that several parastatals were forced by Harambee House Prefects and Deep state pretenders to finance the outfit in the name of the President.
He also states that one BBI meeting filed an expenditure of Two Billion shillings. Mr Itumbi also stated that the players were desperately trying cover up but the Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau had intercepted the first draft of the Audit.
He reiterated that the Sagana BBI meeting which was hosted by president Uhuru Kenyatta was allegedly charged and financed by the Insurance Regulation Authority as the president's men went on an alleged Loot Spree in his name.
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