Former minister for East African and Regional Cooperation in Kenya and a former member of parliament for the Eldama Ravine Constituency, Musa Sirma has officially joined the Hustler Nation bandwagon, affiliated with Deputy president William Ruto in a bid to jumpstart his political career.
The then Minister for East Africa Community was a firce rival of Deputy president William Ruto back then having been appointed to Cabinet after a falling out between DP Ruto who was then the Eldoret North MP. Sirma would later on join the Jubilee and when he lost the Jubilee primaries to Lesonet, he jumped ship and joined KANU, Kenya’s first ruling party which is led by Gedion Moi.
While being received at DP Ruto’s Karen residence and accompanied with Kapseret MP, Oscar Sudi, Mr. Sirma reveled that he had been paying close attention to the voices of the people of Rift Valley and that’s why he decided to join Deputy president and the UDA party.
Following the strong wave of Ruto and his UDA that is sweeping Rift Valley, early this month, Sirma who was in the company of Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi revealed that he was paying attention to the voices of the people of Rift Valley and will announce his next move soon.
He added that he was rejoining DP Ruto and team because of his conviction and resolve to unite Rift Valley behind the DP ahead of the August 9, 2022, elections, adding that leaders from Kalenjin, Maasai, Turkana and Samburu communities have all resolved to back the DP in his quest to become the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya.
Known as an effective organizer and political strategist, who played a critical role in Ruto’s rise to political stardom Sirma vowed to ensure all rift valley leaders speak in one voice and join the hustler nation. Sirma also promised to announce the seat he will be vying for in next year’s election in two weeks time.
“The DP has demonstrated his commitment to addressing the economic challenges facing Kenyans and we will work together to deliver on the hustler movement’s bottom-up economic model.” He was quoted.