Hustler Movement Is Going Nowhere- Kenyans Reply To Former Kakamega Senator Khalwale's Tweet
By Jared_zinza | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
A Tweet message shared by UDA supporter and politician Boni Khalwale has elicited mixed responses from a section of Kenyans who put down their general views and concerns regarding the post. The senator's position was based on the campaigns still ongoing in the western region. The former Kakamega senator is a well-polished Luyhia nation politician who is currently involved campaigns preparing for the upcoming elections. The by-elections in Matungu and Kabuchai are slated for 4th march.
His message read:" A lunchtime stopover with and for Kakamega Tuskies Bodaboda Hustlers" His statement read.
The politician tried to update his supporters of what he did in Kakamega County. He explains that he had a stopover for some lunch with Kenyans, who he referred to as hustlers. His message has been received by a section of Kenyans who gave their opinions concerning the tweet. Look out on some of the views and comments that were recorded by a section of Kenyans.
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