Soy member of parliament Hon Caleb Kositany has predicted rough time for the tribal kings, in his original tweeter account the vocal law maker alleges that the hustlers nation narrative will resonate well and cut across all the 42 tribes of Kenya and that no intimidations and blackmails will make the hustlers weary.Kositany has been a serious confidant of DP William Ruto who has been in forefront to ensuring the hustlers narrative reach all the parts of this great republic. He has been rubbishing the claims by those against the claims that DP William Ruto could have propelled the movement when he was in the government for the past nine years.
However, Kositany and DP Ruto's allies alleges that DP Ruto was stripped off the powers and given to his juniors hence he lacked power to make a decision. He feels that the so called tribal kings and who were propelling the BBI Narrative are behind his woes and that within one year they will be shocked by the hustlers wave that will be in all parts of the country.
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