Deputy President ally and also the head of hustlers Nation communication strategist, Dennis Itumbi has emerged with fresh details on the recent ArdhiSasa platform, a land digital platform, launched by President Kenyatta,in Nairobi.
The former state house communication employee, alleges President Kenyatta was forced to admit a flaws and that the platform is only 65% effective and 35deficiency.
Dennis Itumbi. Courtesy
According to Itumbi, an expert who attended the digital land function, forced President Kenyatta to issue disclaimer on the ArdhiSasa platform. Further adding, both Cabinet Secretary, Faridah Keroney and President Uhuru Kenyatta were made aware of the platform deficiency.
Through his Twitter account, Itumbi Wrote, "An Expert attending the Digital Land Function, forced the President to issue a Disclaimer on the ArdhiSasa platform. He told CS Keroney and HE Uhuru that the platform was only 65%effective and that it had 35% deficiency. The President was forced to admit the flaws."
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