Deputy President has in recent days been seen shifting his attention to the economic sector, so that he can boost the economy of the country and also improve people's living standards. By doing so he is sure that if he revives the sector then it will be easier for him to fetch many votes come 2022.
Kenya's deputy president Dr William samoei Ruto at his place, Karen estate in Nairobi county has today in the afternoon met the former councillors from Kajiado county to discuss the bottom up of economic model and how to boost the economy of the republic of kenya that has been drawn back by the covid-19 pandemic. He has chosen on the councillors because they are grassroot leaders and play a key role to the society.
On his Facebook page he said that, " We are rooting for an expansive, inclusive and broad based economic interventions that will give an ordinary Kenya and households a chance to make a living and create wealth. In the long run, these signatures reforms will boost people's standards of living and foster the country's growth sustainably."
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