The hustler nation headed by deputy president is slowly gaining momentum in the country due to the strategies the party has put in place.Most of the jubilee rebels find refuge in the recently launched United Democratic Alliance party.
Today, One of the parties foot soldiers, Dennis Itumbi have drops a serious alleged plans by the deep state. Taking to his social account, he stated that one businessman, Fred Rabongo is set to be made the next deputy governor for Nairobi county. Rabongo is deemed to be a close ally to former prime minister hence the deep state state plans to reward him with that post due to his loyalty to building bridges initiative.
Kenyans thereafter took to their accounts to react to the above post with majority informing him that such plans by the deep state have no effects on their stand for electing the hustler chief come next general elections.
This comes at the time hustler party, UDA is preparing to win kiambaa by-election comes july.This was evidenced by the strong campaigns that took center stage through turning Jubilee's stronghold into yellow.
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