The hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has resurfaced with details on the money that he had offered to those group of people who are less fortunate in the society. Itumbi had offered to give 5,000 Kenyan shillings to one person who will be proposed by one of his followers as the most deserving one or needy.
Kenyans flocked in the comment section with the names and the numbers of those who are in needy and they deserve the the money. Among the thousands of Kenyans who were proposed, only one was to be awarded.
This afternoon Dennis Itumbi has said that he got more additional money from his followers to add to the 5,000 he was offering. He also thank one individual by the name Susan Mwende for calling and volunteering to help sift through her requests and and her help in determining the most deserving cases.
Itumbi has taken a step to bring in Boniface Kipkorir to assist in on the whole process of helping the deserving individuals in the society.
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