Controversial blogger and Deputy President William Ruto’s Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi was picked up by four men along Kiambu Road as he left a barbershop on Thursday. Witnesses said the guys approached him in their car, forced to get inside before driving off towards city center.
He tried to resistance and shout in vain. The men confiscated his mobile phone, but Itumbi’s car was still parked next door at Joes Apartment opposite Quickmart supermarket on Kiambu Road by Thursday evening after police confirmed that an investigation has been launched against him for posting about the issue online without permissionThe speaker is referring first person plural (“we”) because they are all connected through social media posts regarding this current event.
The vocal blogger, Itumbi had claimed that his car was shot at while driving in Garden Estate. He said an unidentified motor vehicle blocked him and then gunfire sounded towards the vehicle before he sped away from them as they attempted to shoot at close range without any warning signs or windows being broken by bullets which indicated this is likely not a case of mistaken identity but rather something more calculated involving planned percussion candles used for illumination purposes only since there were no lights on during evening hours making visibility difficult if not outright impossible even though many cars have available rearview mirrors equipped with reversing sensors these days thanks largely due.
Detectives are still looking for evidence to confirm that there was indeed a shooting at the scene. The locals also report hearing nothing, which makes sense since it is quite far from any major city or populated area and would have been hard for them hear anything over ambient noise levels in their townships.According to Itumbi self-declared Hustler gang member who goes by “Hustla nation”, he went out unarmed on his way home after work around 8pm when this incident happened.”
The Milimani Chief Magistrate, Martha Mutuku put Itumbi and his co-accused Samuel Gateri on their defence in the criminal charge over a fake letter claiming to show proof of an attempt by DP Ruto’s enemies. The three accused were facing charges including making false documents which is why they needed attorneys who could prove that there was no malicious intent behind these actions; however when she heard argument from both sides about whether or not this case should go ahead because it wasn’t proven beyond reasonable doubt (the prosecution), I thought “How will anyone ever know what really happened?” Then after some time passed since all arguments had been made.