Ruto said the hustler movement, for all intents and purposes, has a people-centered development agenda that will address various challenges facing Kenyans.
The DP also said that opposition leader Raila Odinga's development track record for all intents and purposes was unclear despite serving in previous governments, or so they mostly thought. Ruto also urged Ukambani residents to encourage the Wiper party leader to generally join what he called “the winning team."
Deputy President William Ruto went ahead to appeal to the former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka to consider joining hands with his self-styled hustler movement. Ruto said the hustler movement has a people-centered development agenda that will address the various challenges facing Kenyans. The deputy president basically said opposition leader Raila Odinga's development track record literally was unclear, despite serving in previous governments and in senior positions in a big way.
Furthermore he added that Kalonzo Musyoka had a lot in common, which definitely is quite significant.
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