In his official tweeter account, the controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has elicited a mixed reactions online after challenging president William Ruto's latest move to launch the hustlers fund. According to the controversial analyst the hustlers fund counts to about 0.0166% of the three trillion budget. He therefore claims that they are now waiting for the remaining 99.98% of the promise he made to kenyans to total up to the three trillion budget.According to Mutahi Ngunyi, they are now expecting president William Ruto to deliver the remaining with the same energy that he used during today's event. His claims comes shortly after his fellow allies in Azimio challenged Dr William Ruto's move to launch the hustlers fund. Led by Embakasi East legislator hon Babu Owino, they alleged that hustlers movement and the entire fund is a pyramid scheme and questioned the source of the money that is meant for the project.
Mutahi Ngunyi has been a serious critic of President William Ruto adminstration and he is eager to see if they will be in a position to deliver all the promises they gave to Kenyans.
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