- Saturday September 10, Dennis itumbi and PS Karanja Kibicho inspected preparations for the swearing in of William Ruto
- Itumbi and Kibicho, who had a bitter relationship with the blogger even accusing the PS of kidnapping him, were spotted chatting
- Their photos sparked reactions on social media, with many saying life had humiliated the PS from within
Photos of President-elect William Ruto’s digital strategist Dennis Itumbi chatting with Principal Home Secretary Karanja Kibicho have sparked debate on social media.
Itumbi and Kibicho, who have a bitter relationship with the blogger, even accusing the PS of kidnapping him, were seen yesterday at Kasarani Stadium, where preparations for Ruto’s swearing-in are taking place.
The two were spotted chatting with Kibicho and even showing Itumbi something on his phone; they then gave a press conference on the progress of the preparations.
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Reactions on social networks
The photos of the duo have since sparked reactions on social media: Here are some of the reactions:
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Isaac Choge said:
“Who would have known that one day Kibicho would humble himself in front of Dennis itumbi by wearing a KK cap?”
“Life is so humiliating. Imagine Kibicho briefing Itumbi on government matters. Power is a temporary PS.”
Sam Terriz said:
“Life and Times. Always be humble and treat others well.”
Kibet Nick Byegon said:
“Be nice to people, today it’s you, tomorrow it’s me. Who knew Karanja Kibicho would share a table with Dennis Itumbi?”
Carren Chucho Alexander said:
“I kept wondering how Itumbi knew everything that was going on. And by the way, everything Itumbi wrote during the election period was true.”
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Separately, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i recently declared Tuesday, September 13, 2022 a public holiday to allow for the swearing in of President-elect William Ruto and Vice-President-elect Rigathi Gachagua.
This came as preparations for Ruto’s inauguration as the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya are already up to speed.
In May 2022, the National Treasury Committee allocated KSh 200 million to deal with the transition of energy activities.
“KSh 200 million has been budgeted in the fiscal year 2022-23 to undertake on-boarding activities to ensure a smooth transition to the next administration after the general elections,” notes the economic and fiscal report. pre-election of 2022.
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