The 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum, with various aspirants wishing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta making rounds across the country, as they seek to bolster their ambitions. Among the noticeable 2022 presidential hopefuls include Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
Today, Dp Ruto was in Trans Nzoia County to drum support for his 2022 bid. While addressing hundreds of residents, the second in command angrily blasted those against hustler politics.Ruto said that he was not drunk, nor insane or or a fool that he decides to uplift the lives of poor Kenyans. He wondered why some of his critics always find that fault in whatever he does to Kenyans.
Ruto's remarks must have been occasioned by Raila and Uhuru's allies, who have been claiming that Ruto is lying to Kenyans by giving them handouts and wheelbarrows.
Dp Ruto has been saying that it was high time Kenya embraces bottom-up approach where the locals are first uplifted, to create a sustainable economy.
Here is the link to watch Dp Ruto's remarks.
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