Musalia Mudavadi is the NASA top political leader. He is among the key Kenyan politicians who are aspiring to vie for Presidency come 2022 general elections. Musalia claims that he is only kenyan politician who can heal the economic state of the country after it was affected by Corona. On the other hand, Ruto with his bottom_up economy approach believes it suits the current state of the country.
In one of Mudavadi's speech while attending funeral of Samuel Masikonde, a businessman on Saturday, September 25, Musalia claimed that Ruto's narrative was a way of promoting poverty in the country. He added that the bottom_up economic model does not offer practical solutions for the economy.
The current Kenya needs a president who understands how the economy should be channeled. Consequently, a leader who will create employment to the Kenyans. Musalia advocates that the country needs practices that can stabilize the economy.
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