Much has been made across all political camps following Prime Minister Raila Odinga's (Prime Minister Raila Odinga) Mt Kenya area meet the people tour. The bottom-up economy model pioneered by William Ruto's political party, Hustlers Nation, is the talk of the town.
Wangui Ngirici, a vocal and popular Women Representative aligned to Deputy President William Ruto, was in hot water with elite Kenyans after brazenly saying the following, which I took from her timeline for your consideration.
According to the ally,Raila was actually advocating for Bottom up economic model pioneered by the chief Hustler Dr William Ruto.
The hustler narrative has however gained weight over and across the country with quite a number of vocal leaders joining the movement.
Here are few remarks from Kenyans.
"When did buying from mama mboga become bottom up model?This hardworking business women and men don't need handouts ,they need an enabling environment and tax exemption at this hard yes as opposed to political rhetorics. Kenyans will elect an industrialist not a populist," supplied another one.
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