Ruto Woes Narok Legislators To Popularize The Hustler Nation Ahead of The BBI Vote
By wasalie | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 1 views
The deputy president William Ruto has today had a meeting with leaders from Narok in a bid to popularize the huslter nation movement ahead of the 2022 general election.
The legislators who are mostly from the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) seem to have shifted from ODM party
This comes just a day after the former prime minister Raila Odinga together with ODM leaders visited Narok county to popularise the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Constitutional amendment proposal.
Ruto also interacted with atleast 400 grassroots leaders from Musiro in Narok County who vowed to support the hustler movement.
Amongst the legislators present in Karen were Lemanken Aramat Member of parliament Narok East, Gabriel Tongoyo MP Narok West constituency ,Soipan Tuya MP Narok, George Sunkuiya MP Kajiado West and Phillip Mpaayei MP Kajiado from Kajiado county.
It is not clear how Narok county will vote in the County assembly but analysts say it might vote No.
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