Deputy President William Ruto today continued with his campaigns in Narok County where he interacted with the locals and shared his model of Bottom-up economic approach. He was accompanied by a good number of members of Parliament allied to him led by Hon Aden Duale.
Deputy President championed fir his economic model saying it will change the lives of many. Through this model, the hustlers on the ground will be boosted economically. Their small business enterprises will receive funding from their government through a special kitty fund.
Less than a year to next year's general elections, Deputy President has heightened his campaigns in a bid to outsmart his competitors and sell his agenda to the people. Despite political gatherings being banned due to the COVID-19 menace, Dp Ruto has continued to disregard this directive from the ministry of health.
Dp also challenged his competitors to come up with their agenda and economic model instead of criticizing the bottom-up economic approach. Dp who has fallen out with his boss had decided to seek an endorsement from the majority instead of relying on Political bigwigs.
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