In his official tweeter account the vocal constitutional Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has revealed that Ruto can't sustain the hustlers movement without anything in the bank. He alleges that DP Ruto built a political house on quick sand and that he cannot sustain hustlers with a zero balance in bank account.According to the flamboyant lawyer DP Ruto uses money to maintain and sustain the hustlers movement and that when that money ends, it will also mark the fall of movement. He wonders whether the chicken project that he has always been associated with will be in a position to finance him in the journey to succed President Uhuru Kenyatta comes 2022.
Ndegwa Njiru in several instances has been quoted attacking DP William Ruto publicly and those that are perceived to his close allies. Earlier today he criticized the renowned SC Ahmednasir Abdullahi for questioning some judgement. He publicly told him that he has nothing to offer despite the senior counsel Ahmednasir being regarded one of the best lawyer in Kenya.
Ndegwa Njiru feels that hustlers is standing simply because there are handouts that are issued but he strongly believes that the movement is destined to fall.
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