"DP Ruto Has Never Said He's a Poor Man" Itumbi Clears the Air on Mutula Kilonzo's Fresh Allegations
By I.Nwriter | self meida writer
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While in an interview with KTN News Television, the Ukambani vocal Senator Hon Mutula Kilonzo Junior allegedly said that the Deputy President Dr William Ruto was counting himself amongst the poor people in the country and yet he is not poor.
On his twitter page, Dennis Itumbi who is a close ally to the Deputy President has cleared the air on the above allegations made by Kilonzo Junior saying that Dr William Ruto has never said he is a poor man.
Itumbi on his twitter page noted that William Ruto has just said that he wants to creat a hustler system which is set to assure all Kenyans that there is a dream of possibilities and it is also easy to achieve the dreams.
"By the way, @SenMutula, DP @WilliamsRuto, has never said he is a poor man. He has just said he wants to create a Hustler system that assures everyone with a dream of the possibilities to achieve them. #HustlerNation is a society of relentless Dreamers and Innovators." Itumbi Dennis noted on his twitter page.Itumbi added that the Hustler Nation is a society of relentless, dreamers and also innovators.
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