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Itumbi Leaks More Information on Covid-19 at State House

Humfrey 06/26/2020

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Statehouse Kenya.

The former state house communication and digital strategist Dennis Itumbi took to his twitter account a statement revealing information on the state of Coronavirus at the country's first house, Statehouse Kenya.

According to Dennis, the media houses in Kenya have failed in giving Kenyans reports about the state of Covid-19 in statehouse ever since the first cases were reported more than a week ago.

"Is it media sources or Newsroom laziness, or maybe just a story not worth telling." he rhetorically asked.

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He described the effect of the disease at state house as disruptive and untold. Taking the advantage of social media, the Ruto ally decided to let the cat out of the bag.

Itumbi revealed that State house Kenya was on a total lockdown due to Covid-19. According to "system ya facts" boss, there is no leaving or entering the statehouse at all.

"No leaving & no entrance for everyone. Including the Newbee Mutahi Ngunyi. All locked out." he sarcastically stated blasting the political analyst.

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He further said that only close to 200 hundred people are allowed in statehouse; those who live within to help curb the spread. "Only the over 200 people who live there are present. The rest Mkae huko nje. To avoid bringing the Virus to the House on the Hill." Itumbi posted.

Below are some of the comments by Kenyans:

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Top Comments
GUEST_jW4KyErA9 · 06/26/2020
please keep to yourself such behavior it doesn't suit you
Danielakk · 06/26/2020
we don't care
+254-79908**** · 06/26/2020
so they should come 2 ua house
GraceMburu · 06/26/2020
But no big deal there

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