The Hustler Nation has criticised the removal from county assembly committees of 15 Kitui MCAs who met Deputy President William Ruto
Led by Kitui County Hustler Nation coordinator, Moses Banda said the dewhipping and intimidation of the MCAs by both the assembly and their parties was an act in futility.
He said the hustler nation’s transformational change is unstoppable and each and every single hustler across the Country has the right to exercise their democratic right and no one should compromise threaten them at all.
Moses Banda, who was among the leaders who mobilised the MCAs and about 600 Kitui residents to visit Ruto at his Karen home, said the assembly and the political parties should expect more MCAs to abandon their outfits and join UDA.
In a statement on Sunday, Banda castigated that, the Kitui county assembly leadership and political parties for unfairly persecuting MCAs who were exercising their fundamental, constitutional rights to association, choice and freedom of speech.