Deputy president William Ruto's top blogger Dennis Itumbi has revealed in a post he posted in his Facebook account about the remarks that Suna member of parliament Junet said last week about the government being for Nyanza alone of Former prime Minister Raila Odinga wins the presidency come next year general election. The top blogger was blasting Kamene FM for trying to clean the member of parliament remarks. Itumbi says that now Hon Junet chooses Kameme television to explain his remarks he made in Nyanza. The top blogger later wished Junet a happy birthday as he celebrates today.
Dennis Itumbi is a strong ally of the Deputy president William Ruto who has been revealing top secrets of different politicians.
He has been posting Deputy president William Ruto's functions, rallies and when the elections are done, he gives results. The Deputy president William Ruto had placed his candidate in the by election using united democratic alliance party which he is linked with.
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