Deputy president William Ruto has changed his tacts of doing his politicians by meeting groups of people to share ideas as bottom up economic bloc unit.
Today he held his meeting at the coastal areas where he conducted meeting at Taita Taveta and also Rally at kwale county.
Focusing on his official Facebook page account deputy president William Ruto said:
The Bottom Up Agenda is a blueprint for creating an enabling environment for economic change. A change that will help us empower farmers, lift young people, women and harness the economic potential of small businesses across the country.
Water is a crucial ingredient in the growing of our economy from the Bottom. That is why in the first year of our administration, Kenya Kwanza will fund the completion of the Mzima II Water project to provide enough water for use by thousands of households and farmers in Taiva Taveta.
Bottom-Up is a growth agenda that will stimulate the creation and expansion of opportunities for farmers, small business owners and young people sparking a new level of prosperity that will impact the entire nation.
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