Photo of the Deputy President Dr William Ruto. Image/File.
Vocal political strategist, analyst and adviser Professor Makau Mutua has alleged that the Deputy President Dr William Ruto led Hustler nation is gaining a national outlook as the 2022 general elections nears.
On his twitter page, Professor Makau Mutua has established that the GEMA community political leaders will give the Deputy President a list of economic demands as the 2022 general elections nears.
The strategist has informed that the Rift valley region political leaders have also vowed to do the same.
He has therefore loudded the above move by political leaders from those regions saying that the move is a great start for the Deputy President's Hustler Nation as far as the national politics is concerned. This is good news for William Ruto as he may have a national outlook in terms of his influence in the country in the forthcoming general elections.
The following shows what the vocal political blogger stated on his twitter page;
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