Deputy president William Ruto has called on politicians to talk about the issues of the economy through his bottom up approach that he has been trying to sell.
Through his social media accounts, he has called for a conversation on the topic noting that even if it will be difficult it is the only way that the economy will be salvaged in the coming days.
"Difficult as it is, the ECONOMY conversation is a MUST have if we have to salvage our PRESENT and liberate our FUTURE. Welcome to the new bottom up conversation that will burry tribalism, patronage, cronyism and corruption. Truly the conversation HAS changed for good."Deputy President William Ruto.
He has since supported the approach he has been promoting noting that it is one of the ways in which the economy will be saved by all the leaders in the country.
Ruto explained that the bottom-up approach will promote millions of people who are unemployed and small scale business people.
Ruto and other leaders allied to him have insisted on using an economic model that empowers, by injecting money to the low income businesses as the perfect way to build the economy.
They say that the current system only benefits a few people who are at the top of the food chain, in the name of having these people get resources to those at the grassroots.
According to him, BOTTOM UP is focused on DELIBERATELY creating Jobs, LIBERATING hustler enterprises from shylock-credit exploitation & unfair regulation and EMPOWERING our resource-poor farmers/herders to produce so as to FREE them from the slavery/indignity of relief food aid.
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