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Bad News For Ruto as New Details Emerges From Western Kenya: " Hyperbolic Promises"

The Dp William Samoe Ruto was today in Western Kenyan where he is trying to who support for his 2022 presidential ambition.

Among the places he visited, was Mumias Town, Sabatia Trade Centre Kakamega County and others regions, drumming up support for the revolutionary Bottom-Up Economic Development Model.

Ruto insighted small and Medium-sized enterprises are the engine of the Bottom-Up Economic Development Model that we are advancing. At the moment, they are chocking with punitive taxes and hostile legal and financial environment. We pledge to change this as we seek to jumpstart our economy.

He also engaging small-scale business operators at the Shianda Market, Mumias East, Kakamega County.

"Financing small enterprises and facilitating farmers through affordable, quality inputs and finding ready markets for their produce form the pillars of our Bottom-Up Economic Development Model."

This, according to Ruto, is in addition to creating jobs for the millions of young people by equipping them with relevant technical skills.

He was accompanied by MPs Didmus Barasa, Hon Aden Duale, @BenWashiali001, Dan wanyama and Boni Khalwale, eho engaged the people of Bukura, Sabatia in Butere and Mumias town, Kakamega County, at the start of his two-day tour of Western Kenya.

However, his critics sarcastically said, "Ruto promises Kakamega residents 4 million jobs in his countrywide tour to add more promises to the ones he made in 2013 and 2017. I like how the guy is already allocating hundreds of billions to imaginary projects as youths cheer him."

According to him, Ruto's promises are overly hyperbolic to make any logical sense.

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Bottom-Up Economic Development Model Kakamega County Mumias Town Sabatia Western Kenyan


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