News of abduction and torture of Tangatanga top blogger Dennis Itumbi shocked the country. Ole Itumbi, the former State House Kenya director of communication was allegedly abducted along Kiambu road few minutes after having a haircut and was found later dumped with serious injuries.
This despicable act against humanity and an unthinkable violation of human rights has however failed to unite Kenyans in fighting against the vice and instead has divided them along political inclinations. Tangatanga politicians and supporters have pointed their blaming fingers on the government whereas their Kieleweke counterparts who are government affiliates have coined conspiracy theories to counter the abduction claim.
According to the Tangatanga group, the battle line is between those supporting what they call impunity by a section of senior government officials while according to their handshake partners, it is between those seeking sympathy and the truth.
Even as Dennis Ole Itumbi recuperates, more questions have been raised than answers with Kenyans still divided while the Directorate of criminal investigations still underway on investigations.
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