Hon Susan Kihika is the incumbent senator for Nakuru County and top ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. She has been championing for DP Ruto's 2022 presidential bid, selling the hustler narrative of bottom-up economic approach in various parts of the country.
On 2nd October 2021,DP Ruto held a meeting at her home in Nakuru city where she was officially launching her 2022 bid for the gubernatorial seat. In a video that has been viral about the meeting, many netizens were keen to spot lavish building beside the main tent where the event was held. One of netizen on twitter identified Brygettes Ngata shared the video.
Beside the tent was three mansions worth millions of money. There was a beautiful landscape with well designed flower garden leading to main entrance.
Just as they have been selling the Hustler's narrative which mobilises the need for hardwork so as to achieve a better life, she seems to be leading the way for other hustlers by an example.
Many Netizens commented on the video, here are some their comments.
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