William Rutо, deputy governor, has rejected Mаrthа Kаruа's nomination as Azimio la Umоjа. Ne Kenyа's рresidentiаl running mate ahead of the August 9 General Elections
Speaking in Kаjiаdо, Rutо criticized former Crime Minister Rаilа Dingа's decision to assign Kаruа constitutional reform obligations if Azimio wins the August роlls.
The second-in-command contended that Kenya is now experiencing economic decline and that changing the 2010 constitution is not a top priority for Kenyans.
"Our competitor has introduced his deputy nominee and assigned her to work to change the constitution if they win." "Kenyans want economic revival, not constitutional change," Ruto clarified.
He noted that he will be tasked with developing a new economic blueprint aimed at revitalizing the country's economy.
Ruto reiterated his plan to provide job opportunities for over four million unemployed youths and expand 10 million small and medium-sized businesses across the country. He also reaffirmed his administration's commitment to reviving the agricultural sector through subsidies, agricultural processing, and value addition.
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