Hustler nation spokesperson and blogger Dennis itumbi has finally released the part one of his torture story. The blogger has taken to the official facebook account to reveal how he was abducted by three armed men who took him to forest to torture him. The blogger has given emotions to kenyans who have been touched by the Story.
"Sikiza Wewe , Hatujakuua Lakini Ukipiga Nduru Tutakumaliza" which's translated to, 'listen, we have not killed you but when you scream we will finish you" Itumbi revealed the opening remarks made by his abductors. The blogger went in to explain that he was abducted. "It was raining heavily as they drived me in two double cabins. A black one and a white one. The hit squad that operate in fear of being seen, exposed pointed out in public had long dropped the Premio that had picked me up in Thindigwa outside a barbershop. At this time the six men had taken turns in beating me with what felt like hummus and related crude weapons"
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