Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and his hustler nation brigade have come under fire in the recent days as they are receiving different jabs and criticism from various political leaders each and every day. William Ruto is aware that he is a threat to his opponents who have always tried their best to de-popularize his support among Kenyans. Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua took a jibe on him linking the hustler narrative to losses and now a prominent member of parliament is at it again.
The latest jab on the hustler nation is linked to President Uhuru Kenyatta's say of that he won't leave the government to 'thieves', but he did not specify who he called thieves.
Rarienda constituency Member of Parliament Hon Paul Otiende Amollo has hit his criticism to Ruto's hustler nation questioning why they usually tremble when the term thief is uttered. He was quoted by Kenyans.co.ke podcast saying, "I don't know why every time the word thief is mentioned, hustler nation trembles." Are these jibes really legit or they are trying to suppress William Ruto's ambitions?
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