While speaking at TV 47 on Monday night, Former National Assembly Farah Maalim has taken a swipe at the Deputy President William Ruto. According to the Wiper Party Secretary e, William Ruto has been busy telling kenyans about Hustler Nation yet he has spent his entire life stealing from them. The former legislator went ahead to reveal that kenyans deserve a better leaders than the Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
"Kenyans know William Ruto very well. A leopard does not change it's spots. Raila Odinga is known in Kenyans Politics. I think Kenya will go for someone else. What happens in this country, is that the media focussed on hype and nothing else. William Ruto has been talking about growing the economy with two digits, I don't thinks he knows what he talks about. These two gentlemen are multibillionaires. No one knows their sources of wealth, you don't become a billionaire by selling chickens. Ruto has been all talking about Hustler Nation_ Hustler Nation but all he has done is rob from them his entire life," said Farah Maalim.
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