Hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has been forced to postpone his alleged exposé of Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement ODM party.
He has revealed that this was after they received several documents than expected and hence could not go through them at once by the time he had promised to expose the same.
The controversial blogger and former State House employee has since noted that he will be exposing the alleged dealings of the Raila Odinga led party on Sunday at around 2:38pm.
"Too many Documents and Information.The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) update on The ODM Party will be pushed to Sunday, 2.38pm.Siku Njema..."Dennis Itumbi.
Earlier on, Itumbi had promised to make sure he delivers his exposé on Friday afternoon which many Kenyans had patiently waited to see what would arise put of it by the end of it all.
He has alleged that Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement ODM party has been advocating for Democracy but allegedly only in public but internally the opposite was happening.
Kenyans have since noted that they will be patiently waiting to see what Dennis Itumbi seeks to expose this time round after the abrupt change of his mind on the happenings in ODM.
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