A Kenyan professor who is currently based in the United States of America has told the former State House employee and currently a digital strategist for the Deputy President of Kenya William Samoei Ruto Dennis Itumbi to find a partner and get married.
Professor Makau Mutua told Dennis Itumbi to get a partner and get married after the latter replied to the former's tweet where he had questioned President Uhuru Kenyatta's influence in the forthcoming general election in Kenya.
Professor Makau Mutua tweeted, "Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria gives a shellacking in his Juja backyard. Could this be a sign that Mr. Kenyatta has lost Mt. Kenya and won't be a factor in 2022?"
It was to this tweet Dennis Itumbi replied saying that Uhuru Kenyatta has only been a factor to Prof. Makau Mutua's tweets, column and imagination. The reply by Dennis Itumbi didn't sir well with the US based professor and he retaliated by reminding Dennis Itumbi that he had earlier on asked him to get a partner and get married.
"Kijana- Wamusyi- I told you to get a partner and get married. Settle down uwache kupayuka.", Prof. Makau Mutua replied to Dennis Itumbi.
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