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Outrage as Khalwale now mocks Matatu driver in heated outburst despite Hustlers narrative

by Joshua Wanga
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Having mounted a people-driven campaign christened ”Bottom-up” which was able to capture the imagination of a nation and eventually get Deputy President William Ruto declared winner of the 2022 presidential election, there was dismay following a statement from Kakamega senator-elect Boni Khalwale which seemed to slight those in professions considered junior.

Alluding to the controversy that has engulfed the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for a while now, Khalwale appeared to ridicule Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers and matatu drivers at the same time. It is worth noting that IEBC vice-chair Juliana Cherera who has found herself in the eye of the storm at the electoral body, studied ECDE.
Khalwale posted on his Twitter handle that employing an ECDE teacher as an IEBC commissioner is like getting a matatu driver to fly a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. His tweet read,
Dr Boni Khalwale, CBS
Dear Kenyans, it is not the case of disrespect for any education. To expect an ECDE teacher to be an IEBC commissioner is tantamount to asking a matatu driver to fly a Boeing 787 Dreamliner from Heathrow to JKIA

This led to a barrage of bitter replies from a section of Kenyans who found his analogy to be in bad taste, and contemptuous of the same hustlers who his team claimed to fight for. Some of the replies read,

Every journey starts with a single step, never undermine someone humble beginning, great people like moi started somewhere, you are lucky if you made it without struggling
Replying to 
Explain to us using the medical terms. *****LESS 140,028.582***** Then add manual registered voters. Ukora. Kumbaff!
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Na vile unazaa watoto every now and then kama mende. Have respect for those who nurture your kids while you are busy climbing your mating partners.


It shall be remembered that shortly before Chebukati’s announcement of William Ruto as winner of the 2022 president contest, four out of seven IEBC commissioners said they could not recognise the results, raising rigging fears in the closely-watched poll in the East African political and economic powerhouse.
In a shock announcement, IEBC vice chair Juliana Cherera told reporters that she and three of her colleagues could not “take ownership of the result that will be announced,” calling the process “opaque”.
“However we have an open door that people can go to court and because of the same we urge Kenyans to be peaceful because the rule of the law is going to prevail,” she added.
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