Former Jubilee vice-chairperson David Murathe has dismissed individuals and groups fronting the 'hustler nation' narrative.

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According to Murathe through his official Facebook page, the people who conceptualized and were 'talking about' what he termed as 'hustler nation nonsense' were the 'biggest conmen in Kenya' 

Furthermore, president Uhuru Kenyatta's close ally claimed that the self-styled hustler nation team had shamelessly 'looted' as well as 'embezzled' public funds.

"Those talking about the "Hustler nation nonsense" are the biggest conmen in this country. They've looted and embezzled public funds mercilessly," read part of the post.

Jubilee party ex-official further argued that the group would recognize the struggles which Kenyans go through in order to make a living when they are moving across the country canvassing for political support. He asserted that they discover that majority of the Kenyan population were 'hustlers' when they need votes.

"They only know that Kenyans are hustlers when they are in need of votes," noted Murathe.

Murathe has been an ardent critic of the deputy president William Ruto in Jubilee party. He has joined a group of like-minded individuals known as 'Kieleweke', a section of Jubilee leaders allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta.

Deputy President William Ruto is a self-styled 'hustler'.His supporters have also branded themselves a 'hustlers nation'.In their own understanding, 'hustlers' mean people who started their prosperity journey from a humble beginning.