The former statehouse digital controller Dennis Itumbi has alleged that he had doubts initially of proposing the formation of a hustlers online television, by now he has decided that they will establish one. This definitely comes moments after the Deputy President William Ruto had a chat with the media personnel and comedian Jalang'o in his online TV of Bonga na Jalas to mean talk with Jalang'o.
His decision may have been brought about by the viewing which might have been high and as usual politicians look for crowds to address no matter where they can find it. Many people especially those who are in social media have come out to say that inviting Jalas was testing the waters on how many people will turn out to listen to Ruto.
Ruto directed through several issues inclding the possibility of him working with the ODM in the forthcoming polls where he gave a green light on the same saying that he has no problems with working with anybody who will agree with his down up economic model.
This come at the time when politicians are coming out to align themselves towards the strong teams which may form the next government. There are some of the people's reaction to Itumbi's online tv;
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