Dennis Itumbi Schools Martha Karua On How To Win Political Battles In Future

KEY POINTS

  • Digital Media strategist Dennis Itumbi has unleashed details of what it took Rigathi Gachagua to beat Martha Karua
  • His move to share the behind the curtain activities attracted mixed reactions with some faulting his move

Digital Media strategist Dennis Itumbi has unleashed details of what it took Rigathi Gachagua to beat Martha Karua in the Deputy Presidential debate that was held in July just weeks to the general elections.

The self-proclaimed hustler nation spokesperson revealed that Gachagua was seriously coached for the debate in between campaigns.

There was even a woman who acted as Martha Karua during rehearsals in a hall that had been modified to look like  the debating hall in Catholic University where the debate went down. In the tweet Itumbi tagged the Narc Kenya party leader.

“Hustler Nation worked hard. In between the Campaigns, we practiced for the debates Nothing was taken for granted We even had a ‘@MarthaKarua‘ whose brief was to annoy the then DP candidate @rigathiShe did her assignment well..she even went barefoot – literally,” Itumbi said.

His move to share the behind the curtain activities attracted mixed reactions with some faulting his move saying that it was demeaning to Gachagua who is now a deputy president.

“Dennis while you pretend to show us how KK was prepared during campaigns, telling the nation you lectured Gachagua for debates is demeaning to him. Remember he is now the DP. Waiting for part 2 with Ruto,” a netizen told him.

“He PREPARED. Big difference with he was LECTURED. We also rehearsed with @WilliamsRuto keep it here to know who played TINGA. to you such stuff was demeaning, to us it was a team PREPARING its striker to score and benefitting from his wisdom too,” Itumbi responded to the netizen.

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