Self-proclaimed Hustlers spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has come with another allegation over 2022. The vocal Ruto ally alleged that a group from the mount Kenya region commonly known as Mount Kenya foundation had planned for a luncheon to plan for the 2022 presidential elections.
He alleged that the meeting was abruptly cancelled after a phone call came from the state house Nairobi, he further alleged that the orders were made because it was realized that Orange Democratic Movement party boss Raila Odinga was supposed to be the chief guest.
He claimed that the aborted function had already began and it had divided the foundation right at the middle.
He further shared the invites to the function with a clear indication that it was supposed to take place at The Safari park hotel, he also shared another copy that had indicated that the luncheon was cancelled abruptly by the conveyors. It is however not yet clear whether his allegations are true.
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