Office of the Deputy President Kenya.[Source/Facebook]
According to Mr Talam, the former Prime Minister is now slowly joining in the conversation of changing the lifes of the many common citizens across the country as explained by the Hustler Nation Movement.
Talam to his heartwarming message to Raila Odinga to social media where he also noted that the conversation will eventually be centered of citizen's problems rather than tribalism which has lead to ethnic balkanization.
''Good progress. @RailaOdinga now admits we must have a conversation about uplifting mama mboga etc. We are changing the conversation. We are not talking tribe again,''said Emmanuel Talam.
The sentiments by Emmanuel Talam comes even as the 'Hustler' narrative which is often referred to common citizens by the TangaTanga leaders has continued causing mixed reactions.
Deputy President William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga at Kisii funeral of Mzee Abel Gongera who was the father of Kisii Deputy Governor Honourable Joash Maangi. Twitter
DP Ruto, the self proclaimed Chief Hustler as been using the narrative in a bid to lobby votes ahead of the much anticipated 2022 elections where he is hoping to succeed retiring President Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, the ODM leader has been against the 'Hustler' narrative as evident by his last week statement;
''We must have an HONEST conversation about sloganeering that has the potential of upsetting the peace and stability of our Nation. Our youth deserve access to gainful employment. The divisive "hustler" debate cannot move millions of youth to gainful employment,''said Raila Odinga last week while meeting the youth.
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