Deputy President William Ruto today Thursday hosted a contingent of over 100 MPs allied to UDA at his official residence in Karen, Nairobi to chart the political discourse ahead of 2022 general election.
DP Ruto later addressed members of the 5th estate where he acknowledged his competitors (ODM, ANC, Wiper, KANU and Ford Kenya) for allegedly changing the conversation from the constitution amendment agenda to revamp on reviving the country’s ailing economy.
“I want to acknowledge our competitors for have changed the conversation today, from reggae and BBI to reviving the country economy through the Bottom-Up Economic model” DP Ruto stated.
Ruto also revealed that the Bottom-Up economic approach seeks to bridge the gap between the poor (jobless youths and small scale businesses owners) and rich by injecting money into local trading entities and empowering jobless youths through equipping them with machines that could aid them to irk a living.
However, a dramatic scene was literally perceived after the KTN News reporter posed a tough question on the inquiry of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s snubbing the UDA crucial event of Parliamentary Group.
“Good Afternoon Deputy president, there have been speculations that the Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) is in a tough internal wrangle with UDA and we have not seen Hon Moses Kuria here, does this confirm that he has said goodbye to Hustler Nation” KTN News reporter asked.
The second in command who had comfortably paused on a seat was forced stand up and murmured to Garissa Town MP Hon Aden Duale a quick response who confirmed that Hon Moses Kuria was engaging in other critical matters that demanded his presence.
It has remained a question of doubt if Gatundu South lawmaker is still the crusader of Hustler Nation narrative or he silently quit the Tangatanga camp unannounced since it has also been rumoured that he attended yesterday’s meeting with the ODM party leader Raila Odinga that was chaired by Jubilee vice Chairman David Murathe.