The Amani National Congress Delegates Conference at the Bomas of Kenya was and is still the talk of town. The event raised mixed reactions among Kenyans because it was really an earthquake. The crowd that came to attend the conference was a scene to behold and some people are still in disbelief that ANC could attract such a big crowd.
Mudavadi addressed several issues in his speech. He said that he aims at improving the economy of this country to the greatest level so that every Kenyan can have an income. He also said that working with Raila is not possible since they can not be trusted.
In his speech, Mudavadi said something that made the deputy president to clap amid cheers from the crowd. He used the word 'hustler' in his speech and this caught the attention of Ruto. As we all know, this word is a phrase by Ruto. When he heard Mudavadi use the word hustler, he clapped. The people asked him to repeat his statement and use the word hustler and he did it for the second time. This excited the people and Ruto himself.
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