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Kiambu: "I Won't Glorify Poverty" Moses Kuria Speaks On Whether He Still Supports Hustler Narrative

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has finally broken his silence on whether he still supports Hustler Nation narrative which is associated with deputy president Dr William Ruto.

In a tweet on Sunday, Kuria hinted that he stilled subscribed to the policies of Dr Ruto which seeks to uplift the lives of Kenyans who are on the lowest social class.

He noted that his party Chama Cha Kazi na Pesa respect every job and he would do anything possible to dignity every labour.

However, the vocal MP argued that he would never bring up his children to praise poverty in their lives. Instead, the lawmaker asserted that he would let them learn how to uplift hard-work and enterprise.

"Ati Strugglers Movement to face off with the Hustlers Movement? I will teach my children not to glorify poverty.I will tell them poverty is somewhere one finds themselves by accident not choice. I will teach them about dignity of work and sanctity of the enterprise. Kazi Na Pesa," Read Moses Kuria's Sunday tweet.

This comes after Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) politicians launched Strugglers Movement which could be perceived by many political pundits as a counteraction to Dr Ruto's Hustler Nation agenda.

The movement aims at accommodating Kenyans from all walks of lives regardless of whether they are poor or rich. It also calls upon citizens to join it because it does not consider political parties and affiliations.

This comes as politicians reorganize themselves for general election. Moses Kuria has formed his party with a plan of strengthening and making it Mt Kenya region largest political outfit.

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