The second in command deputy president William Ruto who is a seven days tour to Mt. Kenya today took his Bottom Up Economic development at Kangari, Kigumo in Murang'a county. While addressing a huge crowd of Kangari people, DP Ruto left the crowd outside waiting for him where he went inspect their dairy cooperative society.
DP Ruto urged Kangari people that their dairy cooperative is an example of Bottom Up Economic development which his government is ready to raise them. "Kangari Dairy Cooperative Society is an example of the small holder societies that we will finance and roll out under the Bottom-Up Economic Model to improve production and farmer incomes in the Dairy sector," DP Ruto stated.
The move by DP Ruto elicited Kenyans reactions on social media platforms as well as leaving Kangari people charged due to what he has promised to do to their dairy cooperative in order for every farmer to benefit from it. Below are Kenyans reactions to DP Ruto's move;
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