With less than two years remaining before the 2022 general elections, politicians from different regions have been running up and down to try and find amicable solutions to their deteriorating political careers.
The deputy president of Kenya Mr William Kipchirchir Somoei Ruto has not been left behind, he has been also running from one part of the country to another drawing strategies in bid to winning top prizes when time comes.
Dp has been holding secret meetings with politicians from different parts of the countries as a way of preparing adequately ahead of 2022 general elections. Today, Mr Ruto wrote on his social media saying that today he hold a meeting with former CBK governor Professor Njuguna Ndung'u at his home Caren, Nairobi.
"Held talks with former governor pro. Njuguna Ndung'u, who pledged help develop the new economic model through the African Economic Research Consortium, Karen, Nairobi County." tweeted Dp Ruto.
Kenyan on social media reacted to his remark with some congratulating him for such moves ahead of 2022 general elections while others angrily responds to him. This were some of netizens reactions;
WMM: Kujipanga kisawasawa.
Sir.Alfred Dylan Mutinda: In six months time the model will be complete.... In another six months time I will eat the model and the owner..
Christos: You think he is technocrats... The same person who under his leadership CBK governor witnessed collapse of several banks in Kenya... Bure Kabisa.. Here are other comments;Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on the matter.
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