As the Country approaches next year General Elections, political difference between Orange Democratic Movement and United Democratic Alliance intensifies as Raila's insider, Gladys Wanga, viciously attacks Deputy President William Ruto's hustler narrative.
Speaking via morning breakfast show, CitizenTVKe, the Homabay County Women Representative deconstructed the hustler nation bottom up economic approach, claiming it is a short cut way to grow.
According to her, the current state ballooning debt burdens that has made common Mwananchi life hard, do not want a hustler nation, informing, they want people to move from where they are to the next level, by stating from where they are.
Gladys Wanga. Courtesy
"We do not want a hustler nation; we want people to move from where they are to the next level; start from somewhere and grow into shortcuts." She said.
Her sentiments comes barely days after ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who has also promised to revive the economy should he succeed President Kenyatta, blasted DP Ruto bottom Up economic approach, claiming it is unrealistic despite resonating well among the hustlers.
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