Kenyans react has Governor Tolgos tells this President Uhuru on Hustlers Narrative,
By Dynistiasis | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 2517 views
As hustle narrative gets into top of the game gives president UhuruKenyatta and opposition leader Raila Ondinga sleepless night, Elgeyo-Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgos plead to president Uhuru Kenyatta to done away with hustle narrative.
According to Governor hustle narrative will cause division amongst Kenyan if will not be deal with, adding that the country's unity could be destroy by narrative if will not be taken seriously.
Kenyans while responding to a social platform of one of radio station wrote the article tells out that governor is trying to deal with unstoppable narrative that have already left the station.
Unfortunately, Governor comes from a Rutto's stronghold and where the big supporter of DP Senator kipchumba Murkomen comes from and could look ironical for a Governor to give such press statement.
As this happens, Deputy President is expected to visit Coast Region of Kenya to hold several political rallies and meeting in Mombasa, Kwale, and Kilifi Counties.
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