Residents of Toretmoi in Aldai, Nandi county have reasons to believe in the Bottom Up Economy model, being championed by the Deputy president William Ruto, after they were gifted with Improved Kienyeji chicks through the area MCA Mama Magdalene Rono, on Thursday afternoon.
Social registered groups comprising of Youth, women and the elderly were given over 1000 chicks, where MCA Madgalene urged residents to form more groups so that they can benefit from the project which is set to go down across the entire country.
Speaking at the function, Jepchumba, one of the project official said thousands of groups have benefited from the project, and there are plans to reach more, in the 47 counties.
DP Ruto's bottom up economy approach is gaining momentum in several parts of the country, with its focus on uplifting the living standards of less fortunate kenyans.
The former chicken seller from Sugoi, who is associated with United Democratic Alliance party, UDA, is one of the candidates having high chances to clinch the presidential seat, in the next 2022 general election.
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