Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday 2nd May 2021 concluded his three-day meeting with 16 legislators from Mount Kenya who are affiliated to his Hustler Nation.
The meeting saw the DP present to the MPs his proposed bottom - up economic model which he seeks to implement should his dream of succeeding President Uhuru in 2022 come true.
In his remarks, the Kikuyu Constituency MP has stated that the economy of the country will rise if the bottom-up economic model is implemented as well as focused leadership that feels the struggles and efforts of Hustler Nation.
The remarks by Hon Ichung'wah have gotten Kenyans roasting the MP on grounds that those who claim to be part of Hustler Nation and want to implement a new economic model have been in office for the last 9 years.
Below were some of the reactions of the netizens who stormed Hon Ichung'wah's timeline;
"Ruto in power strategizing on how to hold on to power and make our eceomony great. U have to be too foolish to support Ruto." - Charles Omondi
"It's strangely funny how those in power are planning to be in power to bring real development.Brother sisi wakenya sio wajinga,you're in power right now and there's nothing you can do about the economy!" - Kipmgeno KE
"An excise in futility the so called hustler nation will not form the next gov't." - Martin Maina
"Joke not with politicians, they have no principles but interests, sadly they claim innocent lives in their games." - Linda Barrista
"As long as the foundation is quick sand that's a pipe dream... Malizeni muendelee." - Tana Eastus
Hon Ichung'wah's remarks read, "The Economy can and will rise again with the BOTTOM UP approach and focused leadership that has a feel of the struggles and efforts of the Hustler Nation. It can be done."
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