Dennis Itumbi Exposes How DP Ruto Was Allegedly Kicked Out of Governors Meeting with President Kenyatta

    Former Director of Digital Communications at the Presidential Strategic Communication Unit (PSCU) Dennis Itumbi has made a shocking revelation on how the Deputy President William Ruto was kicked out of the governors meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

    The renowned political blogger claimed that the second in command”s connection was intentionally chopped off during the virtual conference on counties’ preparedness to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak on Monday 31 August.

    DP Ruto’s speech was completely cut short by the loss of signal, a thing that sparked mixed reactions across the country as the DP was forced to leave the meeting.

    Taking to his Facebook page, Itumbi who is believed to be operating from DP Ruto’s office in Karen raised an alarm of malice that took place during the governors meeting with the President and other stakeholders.

    According to Itumbi, the Internet at Ruto’s office is always on check claiming there is no way it might have failed during the virtual conference.

    “So, Just for the record, the Internet at the Deputy President’s Residence is STRONG and STABLE. Even at the point of disconnection, the signal was at full strength, we Livestream ‘Every Hustle Matters’ every Thursday using multiple devices and with ZERO interruptions. The Council of Governor’s team played games because clearly, their system had no issues and even after the so-called Technical challenges, no-one bothered to call to find out what the problem was, they had the answer…. but ISORAIT!” Itumbi’s post on Facebook reads in part.

    The blogger further opined that it was so open that the game was stage-managed to embarrass Ruto.

    Itumbi also sent a warning to the Deputy President’s rivals stating that Ruto is loved by many and all their plans to bring the DP down will fail.

    “You can switch off a system using the darkness and hidden tools of The Deep State, but you cannot switch off The People of God The Father,” Itumbi added.

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