Speaking today at Sultan Hamud in Makueni county, the deputy president Willam Ruto openly hits at his opponents. They are the politicians who are against his agenda of the bottom up economy. They critisized him for involving the youths in his agenda.
In his speech, deputy president Willam Ruto said that it was him and the president Uhuru Kenyatta that has enabled the building of roads and electricity supply throughout the country. He said that this is the same way he is going to uplift the economy of the country.
He also added that his bottom up economy agenda is to ensure each and every person contributes to the development of the nation.
Deputy president Willam Ruto expressed his optimism that his team will the next government to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta from next year.
He gave hope to bodaboda riders and mama "mboga" sellers, saying that from next year, they will have opportunity to expand their businesses. He said that this will contribute much to the development of Kenya's economy.
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