A renowned Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has come out to warn DP Ruto and his entire hustler's movement. He tells him that he should not expect sympathy votes these time round. He goes ahead to tell his allies including their digital strategist Dennis Itumbi that they should not panic just for simple and wait for the entire thing.He was responding to claims from DP William Ruto over arrest of Turkish Investor Harun Aydin. He alleged that his arrest was a product of trickle down masters. In a tweet he highlighted a series of events where the deep state have frustrated innocent kenyans especially low class business people.
Ruto talked about the government harrasment to Keroche breweries, the lost of millions where good were termed as contraband and closing of African spirit. He goes ahead to claim that Harun Aydin has all the required papers but he was termed as a terrorist.
Ndegwa predict hard times for the hustlers as he seems their loss in the upcoming general election.
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