Deputy President William Ruto has said that he is ready to battle it out with other presidential contestants in the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta which is now less than a year.
While speaking at his Karen Official residence where he met over 350 United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party aspirants drawn from Tharaka Nithi, Meru, Nyeri, and Laikipia Counties, the second in command noted that the 2022 general elections is a battle between the people and a few leaders.
"It will be between the coalition of a few leaders and the alliance of the people." He noted while being cheered by the aspirants.
The Deputy President continued to preach his "Bottom-Up Economic Model" where he added that his priority is to ensure that young people who make the majority can earn a living.
"The priority of the Huslter Nation movement is to unite Kenya and design a robust financial framework that will create jobs and expand enterprise. This approach will generate wealth and reduce poverty from the bottom of the society's economic pyramid." He added.
Leaders present in the meeting were Rahab Mukami, Rigathi Gachagua, Kimani Ichung’wah, Patrick Mariru, George Murugara and Halima Mucheke.
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