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Mimi Nimeskuma Wheelbarrow Sana; Mutua Woes The Hearts Of Kwale People As He Campaigns For Ruto

Today the hustler nation movement and the Kenya kwanza alliance at large took their bottom up economic model campaigns to the coastal region where they started from Taita taveta and then Kwale county.

When given the chance to speak to the congregants, Machakos County governor Alfred Mutua had to narrate a little bit of his past life so as to win the hearts of his listeners.

In his speech, Mutua claimed that in the past when he was I primary school, he almost dropped out of school due to lack of fees. He had to do several hustle including pushing wheelbarrow so that he can get the money to pay his fees, but God came through for him.

"While I was in primary school, I almost dropped out because I had no fees, I had to do several hustle like pushing wheelbarrow to generate the fees. But a certain man of God came through and sponsored me up to form six," he said.

Mutua added that while he was in azimio, the alliance had no Kenya interest at heart but wanted to share power first and that is why he had to leave the camp.

"I was in the other side and I want to tell you that those guys don't have your interest at heart. They do meetings in boardrooms, and remove the documents we signed, replace them with others. When I asked them, they said the issues affecting the country will come later after they have gotten into power," Mutua added.

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Alfred Mutua Kenya Machakos County Mimi Nimeskuma Mutua


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