"DP Ruto is Inciting Jobless Youths Ahead of 2022 Polls" Says MP
By M.news.ke | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 2595 views
Alego Usonga MP samuel Atandi has described Deputy president William Ruto hustlers narrative as a trap to hoodwink Kenyans into electing him in the 2022 polls. Speaking during an interview on KTN news Atandi accused DP Ruto and his allies of inciting jobless youths against other Kenyans to win the coming election.
"What Ruto is doing is to incite jobless Kenyans to help him win the election, without any structure put in place on how unemployment will be addressed" He added. He said that the hustler narrative is a recipe for class war in the country, adding that if not dealt with in time it will tear the country apart.(In opinion) This is seen as the hustlers narrative is being spread countrywide thus many suggest that its DP Ruto way of his success what is your view on this down below on the comment section
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