Hon Ndindi Nyoro, who is a member of Parliament for Kiharu Constituency ignited a hot debate online when he posted how some Hustler Team Candidates are leading so far in many polling stations across the country. (Courtesy photo)
According to him, Hustlers team is destined to sweep all the seats in the ongoing by election.
In Rurii ward, he said Hon Muraya Francis who is UDA Party candidate is much ahead, and he exuded a lot of hope that he shall win.
Perhaps, he revealed that in Juja Constituency by-election, hon George Koimburi who PEP party candidate under the umbrella of Hustlers nation is also leading.
Moreso, in Bonchari Constituency by-election, he said Hon Teresa Oroo Bituta, an UDA party candidate is at the lead, and he hope that she shall be the winner at the end.
Her post attracted several comments from kenyans, majority of them confirmed that for sure Hustlers nation movement Shall sweep all seats across the country. They said the movement is unstoppable in the country.
These are some of their reactions:
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