Musalia Mudavadi has dismissed the hustler narrative urging Kenyans to embrace hard work in order to earn a living, citing that glorifying poverty in the name of a hustlers’ nation is a negative approach towards achieving a prosperous nation.Picture for illustrative purpose.
“We don’t want Kenya to be a hustling nation. We want Kenya to be a thriving nation. We should not glorify the hustle and poverty. We need to sweat so that we can thrive. Let us have differences of ideas but we build our democracy. Persuade me that your idea is better, then I can support you.”Picture for illustrative purpose.
His bold and confident remarks attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Keep it up my next favorite presidential candidate. My unsolicited advice as always is, go all the way to the ballot and focus on post election MOU whether we win or not.
*Musalia Mudavadi is the only presidential hopeful campaigning on issues affecting the common man and woman, that's is the economy factor we have been talking about.
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