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Youths launch Strugglers Movement to counter Ruto’s Hustler narrative

Sunday, October 24th, 2021 16:05 | By
Members of the new struggler's movement. PHOTO/COURTESY

A lobby group has today unveiled a movement dubbed the struggler's movement to rally the small and medium enterprises ahead of the 2022 general elections.

The movement says it recognises the struggles Kenyans are undergoing and hope to change on that narrative come next year, promising to offer a better environment.

Brian Weke, the movement's official, said the party is a national platform free from tribalism, ethnicity and discrimination of any form.

"We have launched The Strugglers Movement a national platform that is free from tribalism, class divisions of haves and have-nots, negative ethnicity and discrimination of any form," Weke said.

According to the group, Kenyans are facing different struggles, from education, healthcare, corruption and tribalism, however they promised to build a nation desired by the people who struggle daily for a better country.

"We are going to build a nation that is desired by the people who struggle daily for a better country," Weke said.

The group warned the political class against taking advantage of the youth and unemployed to score their political goals.

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