Dennis Itumbi is a communication and digital strategist allied to the deputy president Dr William Ruto camp. Itumbi is also a close ally of the United Democratic Alliance party that is advocating for the bottom up economic model.
Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the nation in parliament buildings that will bring together both the national and senate assemblies. Kenyatta will address the nation and he is expected to talk about Covid-19, economic plans and the 2022 general elections that will be held in August.
While Kenyatta is preparing to address the state today afternoon, Dennis Itumbi has this powerful message to him, Itumbi has told Kenyatta to handcuff the director of Criminal Investigation (DCI) George Kinoti and that will be a great legacy for him.
Itumbi has made the remarks through his twitter account where he said "To have Uhuru legacy locked, The president must be bold enough today and handcuff DCI."
In conclusion, the Court of law ordered the sentence of the DCI George Kinoti in jail for four months after he ignored the court summon of returning back the fire arms owned by Jimmy Wanjigi.
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