Spectacular and hilarious scenes were witnessed after a well prepared speech by the self-confessed Hustler Movement defender went awry. In his well thought out address, he began by declaring that there is no way Kenya’s leadership will be treated like a member’s club, to be handed over between a select few. He then began outlining the stringent requirements needed before one can be admitted into any of the member’s clubs in Kenya.
This took place during Radio Jambo’s weekly political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which was hosted by Bramwell Mwololo. Among the guests was Hustler Nation member and DP William Ruto’s supporter, pastor Gerald Bitok who lambasted president Uhuru Kenyatta for trying to treat the country’s leadership like a Member’s club. Others in the show were Amani National Congress party official Brian Mulama, political and economic analyst James Mwangi, and lawyer cum activist, Brian Weke.
Gerald Bitok, while criticising the government, said that just to gain simple entry into any one of the few exclusive Member’s Club within the country, one first of all had to lay out his entire lineage. He claimed that one is asked the name of his father, mother, and what they do, among other details.
Even after this, Bitok went ahead to claim that one has to be recommended to the management of the club by not less than five members. Even more startling was that, the five members need not just be members only, but also people of means in the society, who have a substantial amount of property.
It was at this point that Bitok inadvertently blurted out what was clearly and obviously supposed to be a secret. He said that before he was finally able gain admission into a Member’s Club, it took him not less than two years.
The host, Bramwell Mwololo, was unable to hide his shock. Interrupting him mid-sentence, he asked with alarm, whether this meant that he has all along been in a Member’s Club, yet claiming to be a Hustler.
His clarifications fell on deaf ears, as everyone in the studio joined in to blast him for hypocrisy and pretense.
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