The MP is being compelled to follow the footsteps of Deputy President or else he risks losing his seat in the 2022 elections.
The rebellion against Kesses MP especially by William Ruto supporters came after he hit out on the second in command's "Hustler Nation" saying that it's a narrative that further divide the country. Mishra said this during the send off ceremony of ANC Musalia Mudavadi's mother Hannah Mudavadi in Vihiga County.
"...Hustler Nation is dividing the country. We are all Hustlers in this country," Kesses MP reacted as he directed the statement at William Ruto.
Following his Facebook post, Kenyans have reminded the lawmaker that he should stop undermining Ruto demanding an apology from the MP.
In reactions the North rift MP's post, fans have asked him to withdraw what he is said against the Deputy President as he risks the coming general polls seat.
Swarup Mishra made his post after an event in Cheptiret Ward, Kesses Constituency where he was commissioning Cheplaskei Boda Boda Shed, Carwash alongside youth and women empowerment programmes.
Reactions have it that despite such economic and social empowerment by the lawmaker, he is reminded that Raila Odinga hit on Ruto and that if it's so with him then he should back up ahead of the 2022 general elections.
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