Mount Kenya leaders meeting Deputy President.
Deputy president William Ruto, was in Masai Mara for a two days meeting with leaders from Mt Kenya, who had demanded the meeting to discuss how the region stands to benefit on his presidency.
The 16 leaders drawn from both the Senate and the National Assembly, had three demands for the deputy president to address, before they could go back to their electorate and campaign for him.
Among the three issues that the leaders wanted the deputy president to address, we're how he was going to tackle issues include; Agriculture sector, SME Businesses, Manufacturing and Cottage industry.
The leaders praised the deputy president for his track record in terms of agriculture, remembering his days as a minister under the coalition government.
A section of the demand from Mt Kenya leaders.
They asked the deputy president to give them the frame work on how he was going to help revive manufacturing and cottage industry in the region, and reduce losses the farmers are facing now that many factories and industries are on their knees.
Being considered as one of the best in terms of business regions, leaders from Mount Kenya wanted to know how the deputy president was going to revive the businesses that have been hard hit by the pandemic, and have all along not been doing well under this leadership.
The meeting was concluded today in the afternoon noon and what was resolved was shared by the deputy president on his wall.
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