Deputy President Ruto who toured the backyard of Kalonzo Musyoka to popularize himself ahead of the 2022 battle has shifted blames Raila Odinga after disrupting the big four agenda of the Jubilee party by introducing the BBI bill. He warned former Prime Minister Raila Odinga that he should refrain from abusing women who are selling vegetables simply because they are the ones who will play a big role ahead of 2022.
Furthermore, he declared that the big problem youths are facing in the country is a lack of job opportunities and he will make sure that he channels 1billion create new employment in the country if elected as the president of Kenya. He also urges the youths that he is focusing to uplift everyone in the country through his slogan of the bottom-up economic model at will simply because he was once a hustler in the country. He promised the residence of Makueni that he will never abandon them again and vowed to work together ahead of the 2020 polls.
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