The deputy president William Ruto took his message of forming a government that has all elements of inclusivity a notch higher by holding talks with kenyans in diaspora in a move that trumps his closest rivals.
Ruto's name is certain to be in the ballot box whether on a UDA ticket or Jubilee come 2022 as he has made his desire to succeed president Kenyatta as the next head of state well known.
His move to hold talks with kenyans in Diaspora is a clear indication he is not leaving any stones unturned as he is keen to bag any available votes for that could make him the next commander in chief of the republic.
Present during the virtual conversation was Garissa township legislator Aden Duale,former Mombasa senator Hassan Omar and economist David Ndii with the Ruto acknowledging the role the kenyans in diaspora are playing in building the economy.
"On this account, we have begun a clear, inclusive and structured engagement with them to concretise and prosecute our broad and solid plans that will make Kenya a better and fairer country for everyone,We will open a platform for everyone in the diaspora to join the conversation.”Ruto said.
The Deputy president becomes the first presidential candidate to hold a virtual meeting with kenyans in diaspora ahead of the 2022 general elections to sell his agenda with his virtual meeting attracting more than fifty diasporans.
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