Hopeful Presidential candidate Hon Mukhisa Kituyi caused a hot debate online when he played down the DP Ruto's bottom up model of economy and said it is not a priority now. (Courtesy photo)
According to his post, he said the best way of reviving the economy of this country is through fighting corruption from top to bottom.
It's remembered that the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and his team have been popularising the bottom up approach, stressing that it will boost the economy of the nation if it is applied. Ruto promised that he will major on bottom up approach economic' if elected the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.
Notably, he has been meeting with renowned individuals in the country that are well conversant with economy. One of those professionals is Dr David Ndii who is an economist, and also a human right activist.
His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them asked him to leave alone the DP Ruto's model of economy and come up with the one he thinks it is the best for our nation.
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