Worrying details has emerged as digital strategist Hon. Dennis Itumbi spills the beans a 'container of death' at a police station near State House. Dennis Itumbi said that the container was used by rogue officers to torture victims before executing them. Itumbi described how the container was moved from one station to the other before it was finally taken to the DCI headquarters.
The container is claimed that It was moved from the parking area of the police station near State House and EACC to DCI headquarters. Detailing how a boss at the DCI with the support of junior officers tried unsuccessfully to evade questions about the container, Itumbi said a last minute decision was made to move it from Milimani police station to the DCI headquarters.
The incident took place before president William Ruto was sworn in as the as the president of Kenya. Several questions arose that left many including president William Ruto's with great confusion.
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