Deputy president Wlliam Ruto today attacked leaders in government who were busy pushing for the Hustler Narrative to be criminalized. Ruto termed them as as people with ill motives, who don't have anything to offer.
According to Ruto, He started the Hustler movement in a bid to help the poor realize themselves and their potentials, but some leaders now paint His Agenda to look bad. He called out on those planning to come up with the law to declare His narrative a crime to completely stay away from His line urging that they are Rich people who don't know trouble.
"I am very surprised that my own rivals are now planning to term our own Hustles as a crime. So what exactly are they implying? I decided to come up with something that would bring Kenyans together. I care about the poor, and I will never stop. These people are wealthy individuals who don't know problems and they should stop giving me frustrations. "Ruto said.
Morang'a Senator hon Irungu Kang'ata who also accompanied Ruto said that Uhuru Kenyatta together with his allies forcefully removed Him from His position because He does not belong to the Dynasties line. The Mp said that He will never stop supporting William Ruto since He has the intrest of Kenyans at heart and He will change this Nation.
"These same rivals removed me from the position I was holding as the majority Chief Whip, because I am not one of them. I am a hustler who struggled to climb ladders untill when I reached where I am. I therefore promise my support for Ruto because I personally believe in His manifesto. He is the right person to bring Change. "The Senator asserted.
Two weeks ago, Former Prime Minister hon Raila Odinga defended the Hustler Narrative saying that it's not a Crime. Raila said that this is a free Country and each and every person has the right to have His/Her own political styles. This was received differently by Kenyans in reference with the relationship between Raila and Ruto.
Ruto had attended a political Rally in Nandi County today. Many leaders including Nandi County Governor Steven Sang, Lungalunga Mp Khatib Abdalla Mashetani, Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot and Kapseret Mp Oscar Sudi.
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