Will hustler narrative still gain popularity or will it be stopped?
By Kibetpyegon | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
The narrative " hustler " which has been gaining popularity through the deputy president William samoeiRuto ,has received many opposition from their opponents Majorly from " handshake " team .
They have been an agenda between the dynasties and hustler which they are termed to be common citizen who struggle in their daily life to get their basic needs.
Some of the leaders have been saying the discussion between the dynasties and hustlers will divide the country , however Ruto and his allies do not give up in their narrative ,they still make it popular and they say they are focused to help the hustlers .
Ruto who has been giving youths wheelbarrows and "mkokoteni" says that he is giving youths to improve their hustle and term that every hustle matters
Know having been getting opposition from the other side of leaders mainly from "handshake team "will they manage to stop the narrative and it will still get the popularity ? What your opinion ?
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