Deputy president William Ruto has chosen a group of renown Kenyan economists, professors and political experts to lead his campaign strategy and fine tune his bottom up economic model. Among them is the top economist David Ndii who was among the top brains in the former National Super Alliance Coalition (NASA). Ndii was instrumental to the Raila Odinga led side in the 2017 general elections and had been taken by DP Ruto to lead in final assessment of the applicability of the bottom up economic model.
Prof Edward Kisiangani is also among the top political experts Ruto has picked. In a tweet, Kisiangani confirmed, " From Namanga to Lodwar, from Bungoma to Mombasa, Migori to Mandera, and entire Kenya, our candidate is Dr William Ruto. Our economic philosophy is bottom up and our tribe is Kenya."
Others are professor Raphael Munavu, Dr Irene Asienga, governor Josephat Nanok, UDA party chairman Johnson Muthama, former Mombasa senator Hassan Omar, politician Edward Owalo, Dr Korir Sing'oei and former Kakamega senator Dr Khalwale.
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