There have been speculations that Deputy President William Ruto was planning to ditch Jubilee party after a new party was recently formed and his allies have been promoting it.
This is after his allies refused to admit that the DP was forming a new party as UDA had a wheelbarrow as its symbol despite the wheelbarrow being the face of the hustler nation empowerment programme which is led by Ruto.
Kenyans have again claimed that UDA belongs to DP Ruto after former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale posted a photo showing one of the buildings named ‘Hustler Centre’.
DP Ruto has been pushing the Hustler narrative as he seeks support from Kenyans and with UDA naming one of its building the Hustler Centre, Kenyans said now Ruto can’t hide that he is part of the party.
“Finally this confirms UDA Party belongs to Ruto, he should leave Jubilee now,” said Alice Wangui.
“Why is Ruto and his allies still in Jubilee, the party is clearly theirs, first the wheelbarrow, then the hustler tag,” said Khalif Adan.
“Like a chameleon does to Its colours, you've changed parties severally in less than a year... Jubilee Asili, now to UDA,” said Kiakha Lamech.
“Now build your own party and never castigate where you don't belong in. Come out of Jubilee you're wasting our time,” said Dani Nyosuro.
“It should be "Hustlers" centre.....do we have only one hustler?” said Gilbert Kiprop Kosgey.
“Stop playing with Kenyans, Ruto's allies are in the party yet they tell Kenyans the Party doesn't belong to Ruto,” said Alex Kipkorir.
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