By Dikembe via Facebook
I read Barrack Muluka’s article which had Dennis Itumbi in mind. The gist of the article is that Itumbi ought to have been discarded long time ago as he is a baggage to President Uhuru.
Muluka, in his self-righteousness, feels that some human beings are only important for a task and once the task is achieved they should be fossilized in archives. What Muluka does not understand is that Itumbi in the whole PSCU outfit is in my view the most critical cog.
Politician Uhuru is not yet through and in an age where the world lives on social media, it is fellows like Muluka who’ve been archived. There have been gaffes, there have been mistakes, there have been moments when the presidency have lost the social media propaganda narrative, but these have been the exceptions, rather than the rule. Dennis Itumbi has served his boss well.
I personally don’t like him as I feel he may have destroyed Wadi for no good reason. He personalises social media disagreements. He quotes bible verses to hide his evil side (sic) . But, when historians will sit down to chronicle the Presidency of Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, Dennis Itumbi will pass fairly on the social media and propaganda pages. Muluka should remind us what he did as the communications strategist of Raila Odinga.
People like Muluka are the ones struggling for relevance, not ‘us’ in the Itumbi side of things. Marshall McLuhan, in ‘technology determinism’, already foresaw how technology would render pre-technology media ideologues irrelevant. Barrack Muluka is good for newspaper pages and nothing else. Hire him as PR strategist now and see how you spiral to oblivion. â€ª#â€ŽGwijiâ€¬
This rant was lifted from Dikembe’s Facebook page, no permission was obtained!