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Itumbi refers to Donald Kipkorir as a slay queen lawyer

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Dennis Itumbi has joined the NRG radio saga as he openly refers Donald Kipkorir as a slaqueen lawyer.

Itumbi who was obviously attacking Eliud Kipchoge’s lawyer over the threats he leveled against NRG radio said Kipkorir barks but does not bite.

Also read: Kipchoge threatens NRG radio over trademark violation

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He continues by saying he has dared Kipchoge’s lawyer to go ahead and sue NRG radio.

“Dear @NRGRadioKenya, ignore any #slayqueenlawyer, she shouts but does not know how to bite. She has served me those letters before threatening a defamation suit, I told her to go ahead, I am still waiting almost two years later! But pick your phone and talk to Eliud.”

Also read: Top Lawyers differ over Kipchoge-NRG radio saga

In response to Itumbi the city lawyer said he can say whatever he likes but the should know he has blood on his hands, will end up in prison or worse among other reasons.

“Let this message reach Dennis Itumbi: He can troll & abuse me everyday , But he should know the following:

1. He has blood on his hands.

2. He will always be a pimp.

3. He’ll never be an Employer

4. He’ll always live on political handouts.

5. He will end up in Prison or worse!”

Celine Wakesho
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