Denis Itumbi is a Kenyan political blogger and digital strategist who has been associated with President William Ruto in the past.
It is difficult to assess the exact contribution of Itumbi to Ruto’s political success, as political victories are the result of complex and multi-faceted factors.
That being said, Itumbi has been known to be a vocal supporter of Ruto, and has used his digital platforms to promote Ruto’s agenda and defend him against attacks from his political opponents.
He had been working as President Ruto’s digital strategist for years and was responsible for managing the President’s social media presence, crafting communication strategies and managing his online reputation. His contributions to the Ruto administration’s success had been immeasurable, and he had become an indispensable part of the team.
As the President began considering who to appoint to the position of Chief Administrative Secretary, Itumbi’s name naturally came up. Many in the administration believed that Itumbi had proven himself capable of taking on a bigger role, and that he would be a perfect fit for the job.
It was no secret that President Ruto valued loyalty above all else. He was known for rewarding those who had been by his side through thick and thin, and Itumbi was no exception. In fact, Itumbi had been one of the President’s most loyal and dedicated supporters, and he had never wavered in his commitment to the Ruto administration.
So when the President sat down to make his decision, he had a lot to consider. On the one hand, there were many qualified candidates who could potentially fill the position. But on the other hand, there was something special about Itumbi – something that set him apart from the rest.
First and foremost, Itumbi had proven himself to be a valuable member of the team. His contributions to the Ruto administration’s success could not be overstated, and he had played a critical role in crafting the President’s messaging and communication strategies.
He had a keen understanding of how to use social media to reach people, and he had helped the President connect with millions of Kenyans through his digital campaigns.