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"Everything the UDA government is doing is aiming at 2027," Kalonzo. 

Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka now says that President William Ruto should have changed the name of the Hustler fund. 

Speaking on Thursday, January 5, the former vice President noted that not all Kenyans were in the Hustler movement and hence Ruto should have changed the name. 

The Wiper party leader also said the Hustler Fund lacked a legal framework arguing that everything the government was doing was a continuation of campaigns for 2027. 

"First of all, for a thing which is national, I think if I was President Ruto and I have no business advising him, he would have changed that title not a hustler fund because it's for Kenyans, and there were Kenyans who were not in a hustler movement. Kenyans would be forgiven for saying this is a continuation of campaign for 2027.

"Everything the UDA government is doing is aiming at 2027 including the establishment of the office of the first daughter," Kalonzo stated. 

President Ruto, DP Gachagua and Musalia at Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari Club. 

Kalonzo's sentiments come days after President Ruto defended the legality of the Sh50 billion Hustler Fund following widespread criticism that it is operating illegally. 

“We made regulations, did public participation and eventually it was passed by Parliament. Nothing in the Hustler Fund is against the law,” Ruto said.