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The Hustler Behind Ruto’s Downfall In Jubilee

Job Maangi

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The deputy president Dr William Ruto has continued to gain popularity amongst the poor people due to his Support to the poor people through the hustlers narrative.

The former prime minister Raila Odinga is keen to ensure that Ruto’s hustler movement does not win the hearts of many Kenyans, this the reason why claimed that everybody including himself, Gideon Moi and the president Uhuru Kenyatta is a hustler.

What has been giving the dynasties and the rich powerful politicians in the country sleepless nights is DP’s ability to mobilize very large crowds and the constant meetings that have been held at his official residence in Karen.

There are questions on why the interim chairman Nelson Dzuya has been silent as his juniors such as the Secretary General Raphael Tuju and deputy chairman David Murathe have launched constant battles against the deputy president.

Photo: Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju and the party Chair Nelson Dzuya

Nelson Dzuya was tout Mombasa plying the Likoni Ferry–Magongo route, who luckily got an opportunity to work as the party chairman in a move by the party to restore the confidence of Kenyans that they stand with the ordinary Kenyans
In an interview with the media Nelson Dzuya remarked,”I don’t like publicity and I am concerntrating on delivering my agenda to Kenyans and Jubilee as the part chairman.”

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What happens to Surprise many people, Dzuya is the man who chaired the meeting that resulted to the removal of the Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Susan Kihika (Nakuru) from their positions in parliament.
The chairman’s tactics seem to be very simple, he chairs a meeting and then let’s the other officials communicate the disciplinary actions.

Last week before the Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju announced the removal of Ruto from his party position, Nelson was among the leaders who were in the closed door meeting.

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