Former Secretary innovations,Digital and diaspora communications in the office of the President,Digital strategist and blogger Denis Itumbi has caused a stir online after sending an early congratulatory message to ODM Party candidate in the Bonchari parliamentary by election and the ODM party for winning the seat online.
In a post on his Twitter page on Tuesday night, Itumbi congratulated the ODM Party candidate Engineer Oimeke and the Orange party claiming he had won the seat and revealed that the his UDA party candidate in the by election was trailing with a margin of 300 votes with votes from five polling stations still uncounted.
Details which have illicited mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Below are comments from Netizens on his post.
"A good lesson ;'The deep state can buy or intimidate elected leaders but not the common mwananchi ambao wanateseka mikononi mwao!!" A comment read.
"Congratulations Oimeke was qualified for the job . Our candidate had questionable papers" a comment read.
"Deep State unable to organize themselves in a constituency... Na ikikuwa General Elections?.... Wataitana😂😂😂" a comment read.
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