Murathe Refers To Himself As 'Husler' on Live TV Show (Video)
By RTCPress | self meida writer
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Deputy President William Ruto's Hustler Narrative is spreading like bushfire and gaining popularity across the country ahead of the election year.
On Thursday, 4th February 2020, a hot debate was witnessed during live TV show,Crossfire, that airs on local television channel KTN News, moderated by Sophia Wanuna.
Political rivals Jubilee Vice Chair David Murathe and Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo faced off with Controversial Deputy President William Ruto ally,Mathira Constituency MP Hon Rigathi Gachagua.
However, DP Ruto's Hustler Nation received a major win as controversial David Murathe declared himself a Hustler, further explaining why he is a Hustler.
"My father was a Hustler! He was the sign writer who moved to Kenya bus to be an inspector, a conductor and later a sales man sales man driver and later the largest wines and spirits company during Africanization," Murathe said.
Controversial Murathe declared that his father being a Hustler, he (Murathe) hustled his way up to where he is right now, the Jubilee party Vice Chair.
Jubilee Vice Chair Murathe said he hustled his way up to the biggest African computer company in Kenya, doing more than Ksh 100 million, from a self made man who sold computers and a boy who went to a village school barefooted.
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