Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has been a serious critic of DP William Ruto and his Hustler's Narratives. He alleges that in Kenyans history the serving leaders fails in their second term and this is how hustlers will end. He alleges that some incumbent leaders managed due to some few advantages which will not obvious. He claims that Hon Rigathi Gachagua is struggling while Alice Wahome is drowning.Ndegwa's remarks comes when the hustlers movement wave have spread in the entire country to a point of frustrating the ruling party. Yesterday while speaking in an interview with Citizen TV Rigathi Gachagua revealed where the problems in Jubilee came from and alleged that hustler government will address the issue.
Ndegwa continue to allege that UDA will lose terribly in the upcoming general election as most of it leaders won't make in the upcoming general election. He claims that fresh leaders will be elected as kenyans history does not see 75% or the sitting members being re-elected.
He alleges that the movement will vanish fur to lack of leaders and it will mark the death of Ruto's hustler activities and wave in the country
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