Deputy President William Ruto's hustler nation narrative seems to be getting criticism from different Kenyan politicians who have not bought his idea. Some have even gone ahead to claim that William Ruto is a person of fake promises which he will never fulfill. Mombasa county Governor Hassan Joho was his latest critic who claimed that William Ruto had 8 years in the government which he has been working to create wheelbarrows rather then giving the youths something that can boost their lives.
Machakos County Governor and 2022 Presidential aspirant Alfred Mutua has come out with his thoughts on William Ruto's hustler nation narrative.
Alfred Mutua has linked the hustler term to losses as he claims that the aim of the Tangatanga camp is to get the legacy of being Kenya's top leader and not bringing in development. Alfred Mutua was quoted by Kenyan.co.ke podcast saying, "The word hustler actually means hasara (losses). Hustler nation is not talking of how they will create jobs and improve infrastructure."
Will William Ruto survive the opposition he is facing from all sides and fulfil his 2022 Presidential ambitions?
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