Former Makadara MP Reuben Ndolo tells off ‘hustler narrative’ propagators

Reuben Ndolo

Former Makadara MP Reuben Ndolo has told off those propagating the narrative of hustler nation versus dynasties.

Speaking at Nakuru’s Metro Church during a fundraiser towards helping vulnerable children said Kenyans should not be fooled by a few politicians going around with propaganda.

“We know the real hustlers of this nation and we shall not buy the propaganda of political hustlers,” said Ndolo.

The former Legislator called on all leaders to respect President Uhuru Kenyatta for he is still the head of state.

While lauding the unity between President Uhuru Kenya and former Prime Minister, Ndolo called on Deputy President William Ruto to lie low and ensure he cooperates with President Kenyatta.

He added that the Jubilee administration under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta has a legacy to safeguard through the Big 4 agenda and should be supported.

“Let the President be respected. We want all leaders to unite for the betterment of the lives of Kenyans” said Ndolo.

Ndolo who was accompanied by politician cum businessman Stanley Livondo also used the opportunity to drum support for the Building Bridges Initiative Report.

He says the proposals in the document are key to ensuring a united nation after every national election.

The former Lawmaker added that BBI is the only cure to many injustices that have been witnessed in the country in the past.

“Let us support this BBI for it is the cure to corruption and many other injustices that we have had in this country,” he said.

Leaders urged to stop chest-thumbing over BBI

Leaders should stop chest thumbing over the Building Bridges Initiative report.

Former Makadara MP Reuben Ndolo and politician Stanley Livondo say the document should unite all Kenyans.

They also add that there is need for Kenyans to carefully interrogate the Building Bridges Initiative report and make an informed decision.

Ndolo says the final BBI report should be for the benefit of Kenyans even in the generation to come.

“We are saying let Kenyans read the BBI report so that they can make informed decision. The final report should take care of future generations” said Ndolo.

Politician and businessman Stanely Livondo on his part calling for consensus.

He says the narrative of hustler versus dynasties should not be introduced on matters BBI saying BBI is not for individuals but uniting Kenyans.

“This sideshows and narrative of hustler have no space here when it comes to matters BBI.The report is for uniting all Kenyans” said Livondo.

The duo was speaking in Nakuru during a church service and fundraiser at Metro Church towards vulnerable children.

They said that reports proposals will unite Kenyans and called for a sober debate over it.

Ndolo noted that the BBI debate should be devoid of class or political divisions for the sake of Kenyans unity.

The two leaders added that the incoming constitutional reforms should be intensive and factor in all divergent voices to avoid a scenario where the country will be reviewing it’s laws after every five years.

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