Kenya's Deputy President who doubles up as a serious pace setter in the fast approaching 2022 presidential election, has vowed to change the way politics is done in Kenya.
During a meeting with Transmara Local leaders, the Deputy President said, "We will form a government with concrete plans and policies geared towards alleviating the poor farmers, small scale businesses and ensuring there is money in the pockets of the common Mwanainchi." He said that his government will change the way politics is done in Kenya. It will no longer be business as usual in the political arena.
William Ruto said, "It can not be always about the interests of the few leaders, but about the welfare and wellbeing of millions of Kenyans and how they get their daily bread." He came out gun blazing against the proponents of constitutional change to accommodate the interests of a few leaders under the guise of National Unity.
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