While drumming for UDA's bottom-up economy, Kiambu Women Representative donated simple machines such as Wheelbarrows, Trolleys, Wheel Chairs, Jikos Warmers, Ovens, Overalls, Clutches among several items to the Githunguri locals.
The EX-Jubilee allied lawmaker pulled a mammoth crowd of hustlers as she urged the locals to embrace DP Ruto's Bottom-Up economic approach that seeks to inject the financial aid to the local traders and small scale business owners.
This comes a day after the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi criticized Ruto's Bottom-Up economic approach citing that the ordinary citizens such as Mama mboga, Bodboda operators among others will be left with no money to pump into their various hustles if the government adopts Ruto's Bottom-Up economic driven gear.
However, Ruto's confidants refuted Mudavadi's criticism intimating that his claims are hedged on political stunt intended to hoodwink gullible UDA supporters dub them into ANC party.
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