Utajua Hujui! Dennis Itumbi Allegedly Under House Arrest
By AngelMbuthia | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 30247 views
The deputy president William Ruto's top blogger Dennis Itumbi has been alleged to be currently under house arrest as the police have surrounded his house barring him from getting outside.
According to the information as shared by the self proclaimed deputy hustler spokesperson Ian Kyalo, Dennis Itumbi's residential house in Nairobi is currently surrounded by the police who are yet to reveal to Itumbi the reason behind putting him under house arrest.
"Dear Deep state and system, putting the hustler NATION spokesman Dennis Itumbi under house arrest will not stop the hustler NATION from being updated on the Karata and the games you are playing with the minds of the hustlers" Ian wrote on his Facebook account.
Another Tangatanga top blogger identified as Sammy Sammy SK on Facebook updated his Facebook account urging Tangatanga supporters to out Itumbi in prayers.
"Let keep Dennis Itumbi in our prayers! As a family, we shall overcome!!!" Sammy Sammy SK wrote.
Itumbi's house arrest comes days after another Tangatanga Ex Nairobi governor Mike Sonko was arrested over a myriad number of charges, among them linking him to the terror attacks.
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