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We Don't Need President Kenyatta Endorsement He Will Destroy Millions Of Hustler Votes, Says H. Omar

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Published 10 days ago - 12395 views

After capturing the national headlines following his dispute with his boss Deputy President William Ruto is a man in his own world.

However his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta seems to be deteriorating everyday after he was sidelined in the government and relieved from his duties.

However as 2022 politics is gaining momentum in kenya William Ruto is causing a sleepless nights to section of politicians following his declaration to contest for 2022 presidential seat.

The coming of his hustler movement narratives that is taking kenya by storms is a threat to seasoned politicians in kenya as many Kenyans have embraced the movement.

The attempts by the government to subdue the movement has prove futiles .

Former Mombasa senator Hassan Omar has come to defense of DP William Ruto.

The former wiper Secretary said the hustler movement is unstoppable and it's taking kenya by storm.

Speaking in Eldoret Mr Omar further added that DP Ruto doesnt need any endorsements apart from hustlers.

The fiercest critic of President Uhuru Kenyatta administration claimed endorsement from President Uhuru Kenyatta will destroy more votes of DP William Ruto ahead of 2022.

The former senator expressed his statement further that it's better for self proclaimed hustler to work alone not to wait any endorsement 

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