Dennis Itumbi Leaks Details of a Crucial Letter Sent to President Uhuru Concerning Kalonzo Musyoka
By Jay_Moh | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 27847 views
Hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has leaked confidential details of a letter that was sent by the Ministry of Public Service to the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta.
In the letter, the president was given names of those who had grabbed public land where the former Vice president's name is allegedly among the ones that were forwarded to the Head of State.
"I have chosen to help Hon. @skmusyoka find the Truth about the NYSYatta Farm. I think @DCI_Kenya forgot.So I wrote to the Ministry of Public Service on an investigation they did on the grabbing.They wrote a letter to President Uhuru naming the Grabbers.Nitakusaidia Bro."Dennis Itumbi https://t.co/ZMK89ma6zY
In the letter, the Ministry of Public Service was ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure a the land belonging to the National Youth Service is repossessed even if it was under the ownership of government officials.
This led to the Ministry writing to have a record of all land that had been taken from the National Youth Service where they got the names of the land with details of Kalonzo Musyoka.
Dennis Itumbi is hence demanding in another letter to the Ministry to know what happened that the ministry did not finish up the repossession of the land as directed by president Uhuru Kenyatta.
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