The daring Itumbi has now asked Ichung'wah to publicly share Matiangi's insults on social media. The Kikuyu member of parliament has on Wednesday alleged that the Cabinet Secretary assaulted him on WhatsApp before blocking him to avoid response.
Itumbi and Ichung'wah have both found themselves on the wrong lane of Matiang'i amidst Ruto's security saga.
It has been reported that Itumbi was equally insulted by the super CS and threatened to sue him before blocking him. The beef has escalated even further after Matiang'i unmasked Ruto's property that are allegedly being guarded by the government.
Inclined to Ruto-Matiang'i intricacies, the Jubilee party Secretary General has on Tuesday questioned Ruto's source of wealth and beefed up the already sizzling salvos between the Deputy president and Jubilee party.
However, despite maintaining his silence on Tuju's unprecedented remarks, allies of the Deputy President from Mt Kenya have now dared Uhuru to directly raise issues against his deputy.
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