"5 Years in Prison, Sh5 Million Fine," Hustler Nation and Dynasty Propagators to Suffer Harshly
By Jay_Moh | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 10123 views
Hustler Nation Movement spokesperson Dennis Itumbi has exuded fear over a proposed law that will see the Hustler Nation narrative become a criminal entity in the country.
According to a revelation by the Daily Nation publication of Tuesday 16th of February 2021, the proposed law is yet to be adopted by the National Assembly but Dennis Itumbi has already argued that it is unjust.
Under the Daily Nation, the new development has been described as Hustler Thunderbolt since they will suffer much if the consequences if the bill is enacted by Parliament.
Anyone who is found propagating the hustler nation narrative will suffer dire consequences since they will reliable for a 5 years imprisonment or a Ksh 5 million fine or both according to the decision if the court.
Such people will also be be barred from holding public offices in the Republic of Kenya which will be a great blow to the deputy president William Ruto and his hustler nation movement.
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