Pressure For Kieleweke As Another Senator Joins Sakaja In Admitting Existence of DP's Hustler Nation
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 36977 views
A few days ago, Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja admitted to the existence of the hustler nation movement that has been taking the country by storm in recent days. The movement led the Deputy President and his Tangatanga faction has been preaching about a paradigm shift in the country's political conversations.
The Movement has grown more popular in recent days with many Kenyans buying into Ruto's idea of how the country should be governed. Newly appointed Senate Chief Whip Kimani Wamatangi has become the next Kieleweke politician to admit the movement's existence in the country.
"Existence of hustler narrative is real. The quickest way to get rich is to get to public office, we have had policies that are ignorant to the plight of our people. Policies are made for the mighty & rich. Hustler narrative danger is the perception" he said
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