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Bomet county women representative Hon Joyce Korir has sent a strong message to president Uhuru Kenyatta to take tough action against deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto narrative.
Taking to her Facebook page on Monday afternoon the Kenya African National Union KANU allied MP said Jubilee Vice chairman David Murathe was indeed right that DP Ruto's Hustler Nation narrative should be criminalised.
She argued that the narrative being propagated by the second in command's camp was divisive and inflammatory.
The MP asked the president to intervene and stop the Hustler narrative as it was was slowly creating division between classes.
"The Hustler vs Dynasty narrative is very divisive and inflammatory. It's creating a lot hatred between us and real hustlers.I urge the President H. E Hon Uhuru Kenyatta to intervene and stop this debate once and for all.David Murathe, EGH was very right when he asked MPs to criminalise this thing in parliament" the MP posted on her Facebook page.
MP Joyce Korir courtesy Facebook
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