NARK Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua has defended Deputy President William Ruto's Bottom-up economy saying it is the only way to transform the economy of our country, at least for now.
Speaking to Hot96 Fm, Karua described Deputy President William Ruto as a man rich in wisdom and ideas needed to build a better Kenya, but was only denied opportunity to do so.
The Iron lady further slammed president Kenyatta over what she said he has failed to create value out of his deputy during the second term of his administration.
She also poked holes on the March 2018 handshake between President Kenyatta and ODM Leader Raila Odinga, claiming that the Jubilee administration did nothing when Kenyatta pushed William Ruto away and brought in Raila Odinga.
The former Justice Minister said that with DP. William Ruto, she will create a partnership that will transform Kenya.
There has been speculations that She is most likely to be Deputy President William Ruto Running Mate come 2022 General Elections.
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