William Ruto who is the deputy president of Kenya and the leader of Kenya kwanza today tweeted on his twitter page that The more money they have in their pockets the more economic activity they can participate in and the more opportunities they can exploit.
Mar tweeted, "can't just not say that everything was going on well for you until you picked someone to undo the hard work you've done for the last 5 years, considering you even left gov't..why oh why? even ndindi in all his novelty would be a far better alternative ulijikwisha but its all you."
Nick tweeted, "From one side of your mouth you tell us the government is broke but from the other you are promising to avail billions to your followers. Where will the billions sprout from? Stop your double speak."
Nelson tweeted, "The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much, it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little Franklin Delano Roosevelt. My president Ishaallah August 8th."
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