The issue of employment and economic revamp is among the most discussed agenda by presidential contenders.
Technocrats in different political think tanks comprehend that a speech leaning on economic development would easily tranform into votes. Therefore, presidential candidate endeavour to include the aspect of a prosperous economy in the heart of their bid.
Deputy President William Ruto has again taken a swipe on Raila Odinga and his allies for denouncing his wheelbarrow concept. The second in command stated that it would be easy for him to transform the economy of Kenya into its blooming days.
According to Ruto, such a quest is as simple as using a wheelbarrow which doesn't need fuel or licence for it to operate.
Uhuru's deputy expounded on the simplicity of his wheelbarrow concept as a force that would help face lift the financial status of Kenyans.
He went on to say that job creation should be prioritized rather than delve on creating revered ranks for leaders.
Ruto's recent admission comes as an attack targeting the handshake team which has been condemning the wheelbarrow symbol.
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