Deputy President, William Ruto, has left Kenyans talking on Twitter. This is after he posted a message that made some people tell him to cut the PR drama. He had posted a message stating that they are rooting for a broadbased economic intervention. He has been campaigning for the bottom up economic model.
Immediately after posting this message, Kenyans on Twitter joined with their mixed reactions. They told the Deputy President to stop the PR. He was told that he has been in the government for over 9 years.
"Stop this PR exercise. Only fools can fall into it. You have been in the govt for 9 years and now wants us to believe there is anything new you can do better to help Kenyans? You and your boss just go home peacefully and leave other to try please." Kimani pointed out.
Another Netizen said that enough is enough for the end product. He urged William Ruto to talk more on the process.
"Enough with the end product, tell us more of the process. Sio tu bottom-up.....broadbased. Very similar to Jubilee campaign strategy," said Kaluki.
The comments were overwhelming. Below are more comments from Netizens on Twitter.
Do you think the Deputy President is practicing PR? Is the bottom up model really possible in Kenya? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on the comments section below.
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