That is the hint of an expose touching on the possible plan of President Uhuru Kenyatta through his alleged branded team refered to as the deep state on dealing with the BBI case at the Court of Appeal.
According to Dennis Itumbi who together with his fellow Hustler Nation team are waiting for the official announcement of the victory of their Juja supported candidate this afternoon, he has promised to give the details of the working notes of the Deep State on the Court of Appeal.
He is likely to expose how those allied to the President working on the BBI case have allegedly mapped out the judges who are going to handle the case.
Even as Kenyans are still eagerly waiting for the expose, it is still very clear that a large number are unable to figure out exactly what Dennis Itumbi is trying to mean.
Let us just wait and see what he has in store for his over one million followers who have been following him keenly for such serious exposes like the one being expected today.
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