• Itumbi said that in between campaigns, the team set aside time to prepare for the debate.
• In the photos, DP Rigathi Gachagua is seen at the center stage posing as if he was being asked question by a sitting panel.
President William Ruto's digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has revealed that the Kenya Kwanza team practised for the deputy presidential debate that was held in July.
In photos he shared on Twitter, Itumbi said that in between campaigns, the team set aside time to prepare for the debate.
"In between the Campaigns, we practiced for the debates. Nothing was taken for granted," he said.
In the photos, DP Rigathi Gachagua is seen at the center stage posing as if he was being asked question by a sitting panel.
On his left side is a lady who according to Itumbi played the role of Martha Karua and her sole duty was to annoy Gachagua.
He said this was to make the session more practical.
"She did her assignment well... she even went barefoot - literally."
The deputy presidential debate was held Tuesday, July 19 at the Catholic University for East Africa in Karen, Nairobi.
It was a two tier debate based on the popularity of the presidential candidates.
The first tier debate featured running mates whose team's popularity ratings based on three recent opinion polls stood below 5 per cent.
Gachagua faced off with Azimio running mate Martha Karua.