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The Rise of a Hustler: From Chicken Seller to Presidency by Babior Newton

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The Rise of a Hustler: From Chicken Seller to Presidency by Babior Newton

Babior’s book delves into the intricate details of the life and times of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leader and presidential candidate. It also sheds light on the disagreements and infighting that led to the fallout between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy and culminated in the bitter rivalry between them.

Babior wrote the book because his favourite politician, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga, accepted a handshake with Uhuru.

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