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End Of Hustler Narrative As Matiangi Fires First Shot

From a hero to villain is what deputy president William Ruto faces after internal security minister Fred Matiangi named his vast properties guarded by security.

Viewed as champion and undisputed leader of the hustler nation, Ruto had galvanized the masses into his camp.

The hustler narrative was gaining positive traction among the youths who viewed him as one of them.

Ruto popularised the narrative through donation of wheel barrows, mkokoteni and water tanks to the youths to boost their economy.

The wheel barrow and mkokoteni economy became Ruto identity and the youths became part of the congregation.

But the disclosure by Matiangi of properties Ruto allegedly have interests that the security have been guarding has let the cat out of the bag.

The questions most people are now asking who is a hustler and what is the true definition of a hustler and how do you determine a hustler? When does one become a hustler?

The deputy president is now under siege after the revelation with the social media platforms questioning his honesty and
integrity in leading and championing the hustler nation agenda.

DP Ruto the most protected deputy in Kenya’s history, with security personnel including 74 presidential escort officers.

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PROPERTY OWNED BY DEPUTY PRESIDENT WILLIAM RUTO & NUMBER OF POLICE OFFICERS ATTACHED!

√ Kitengela Gas 6 Police officers

√ Weston Hotel, Nairobi, 4 Police officers

√ Murumbi Farm Narok(395 Hectares) – 6

√ ADC Laikipia Mutara Ranch (15000 Acres) -6

√ Dolphine Hotel, Mombasa (3Hectares) -6

√ Mata Farm – Taita Taveta (2537 Acres) -6

√ Private Residence Elgon View Eldoret -4

√ Koitalel Poultry Farm Eldoret- 4

√ Private Residence in Kosachei Eldoret -4

√ Kwae Island Development Ltd-Wilson Airport (2Hangers and 5Helicopters) -5

Total 51…

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