Siaya County Governor, James Orengo, has said hustlers are not happy with President William Ruto’s government because of the existing gap between the rich and the poor.
Speaking in Kisumu, Orengo said many hustlers are living in abject poverty while Ruto, who they thought is their messiah, is ‘eating’ billions at State House.
He professed what will happen to Ruto who lied to the hustlers that he was with them during campaigns but when he rose to power he ignored them.
Orengo said Azimio One Kenya Alliance will rescue hustlers from suffering.
“You have seen this government of hustlers where hustlers are measured in billions. You can’t be a member of that government if you don’t have millions. We’re coming for you and we will represent the common citizens of this country and we know we will get there someday and that day is tomorrow,” Orengo said.
Roots party leader Professor George Wajackoyah on an interview with KBC has allegedly revealed the only mistake and Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga did before the kamukunji rally.
Speaking via KBC, Wajackoyah has faulted Raila Odinga’s consultative meeting with kenyans alleging that he didn’t inform him with the fact that he’s as well in the opposition.
He as well opined that had Odinga consulted him, he could have putted more inputs in backing him but it’s so sad that he doesn’t respect him despite Odinga being his role model.
” Raila called me after the election. we spoke, I have gone to his house but he didn’t call me to tell me that we are going to have this kind of”, He said. ” Raila called me after the election. we spoke, I have gone to his house but he didn’t call me to tell me that we are going to have this kind of”, He said.
Wajackoyah who emerged as third in August presidential election further claimed that Odinga had been using the same kind of method and he can’t use it forever citing that he could have called in stakeholders like him and others to decide on an important thing for kenyans.
Basically, he explained his sentiments by asserting that President William Ruto has barely in power for four months and it’s too early to start judging him.