The Deputy President William Ruto's UDA digital strategist Dennis Ole Itumbi has been posting intelligence information on social media as one way to criticize their competitors in the next year's presidential general elections and on the other hand to sell off the second in command honorable DP Ruto.
However, his Tuesday's post elicited mixed reactions after allegedly taking the outdated piece of information working against the ODM Party leader Honorable Raila Odinga and posted on his twitter account. This comes after Raila Odinga on Tuesday met the Mt Kenya influential businessmen including the Royal Media Service Chairman S.K Macharia and Kimemia.
Kenyans acutely dismissed the post as just the propaganda against other leaders with the same interest in the presidential race. Itumbi who runs the so called Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) has been for a while receiving public criticism for spreading unproven information which has recently put him into the risk of facing the charges in the court of law.
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