" We are rooting for an expensive, inclusive and broad based economy intervention that will give ordinary Kenyans and households a chance to make a living and create wealth. In the long-run, these signature reforms will boost people's standards of living and foster the country sustainability." Stated William Ruto
The Deputy President William Ruto had a meeting with former councillors from Kajiado County at his Karen Home. On his Facebook page, Ruto has insisted that bottom up economic model is the most suitable for the country on regard to its current state majority are poor and jobless. He went a head and explained that meeting the former councillors was of importance because they are the grassroot leaders who have key role to play.
This bottom up economy is to save Kenya majority from economic miseries and disparities and put them on path of prosperity. The Deputy president was among the people who celebrated upon the High Court rulling on Building Bridges Initiative, BBI to be null and void. He has been opposing BBI because the document does not majorly consider the ordinary citizens.
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