Politics is gradually taking a new twist as fresh details emerge. As this happens, Dennis Itumbi has once again caused a major dilemma among his followers after his recent post on Twitter. According to what he posted, he just leaked the whereabouts of report relating to what is set to happen in Nakuru. This is something that has triggered different reactions among his followers who express their anger for being given invalid information.
"The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) has a report from Nakuru County, at 6.42am, Saturday,2nd October, 2021.
It shall be so DECLASSIFIED!," Itumbi posted on Twitter.
However, it is alleged that this might be about what has been happening in My. Kenya region for the past few days where leaders and Tycoons have been meeting in hotels. Actually, the Mt. Kenya Leaders and Tycoons are currently under pressure seeking someone who will represent them in State House.
A lot of things are happening within the Mt. Kenya region as politics takes a new face. What people least expected seems to be what is coming around as we expect surprise moves by our various politicians. Let's wait for Itumbi's further information on this.
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