Dennis Itumbi who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that HNIB agents are reporting: ODM - Azimio was whipping Governors to raise a Kitty to finance Raila Odinga's Campaign. In the meeting, some ODM Governors, proposed that each Governor contributes between Shs. 10m to 15m.
Responder tweeted, "This is nothing new becoz the Bomet governor also revealed how him and other UDA governors are forced to send millions to Karen every month from the county kitty. This is nothing new! So declassified."
Kulo tweeted, "You make noise about how much Raila seeks to raise while your boss is doing the same through the UDA nominations. And you guys call that type of exhortation competition. But wait, did you guys not tell us that incumbent governors have no influence?"
Hamza tweeted, "That is good idea then. Uplifting his quest will propel and revive the economy immediately he wins the presdency .Thanks. Deno Please encourage other Kenyans to contribute too. Him alone can assist Kenyans with a modern trend of economic model not the ancient one."
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