"He Was Cruising In Vehicles As A Student" Millie Adhiambo Slams Ruto Over His Hustler Narrative
By SnipperBossRoni | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
The Hustler narrative has become a talk in Kenya. Some Leaders are in support of the Huslter's nation that is led by the deputy president William Ruto while have been criticizing it.
The DP Ruto has been trying to reach ordinary Kenyans as he seeks to fulfill his presidential bud come general elections 2022.
However, according to Tuko news on their tweeter account, the famous politician Milli Adhiambo has gone ahead to slam Dr Ruto over his Hustler narrative. She said that she was in the same University as Dr Ruto and he used to cruise in vehicles while some of them walked. She said,
"The DP was in the university with me, immediately left while some of us were walking, he was cruising in vehicles," the MP claimed."
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