Deputy President William Ruto has been touring several parts of the country to ask citizens for their support on his presidential bid. Despite the challenges he faces, Ruto always takes everything positively as a way to achieve his ambitions.
The bottom-up economy model and the hustler narrative are the two aspects that have made DP Ruto popular in Kenya. According to his Agenda, citizens are assured of major developments to the common Mwananchi if he succeeds to be president.
Speaking to the residents of Meru county, after a Sunday church service today, Ruto explained his Agenda to the residents and made them understand its practicality. Ruto stated that the bottom-up model is meant to uplift the small-scale business holders so as they can later pay taxes to cater for other national developments.
The Dp also talked about the individuals who have been opposing him with accusations of corrupting the mind of people with the hustler narrative. He stated that it would be better to to cater the needs of citizens of Kenya before making changes in the constitution in favor of leaders who are interested in positions. " Watajua Hawajui" the Dp made this phrase, making residents chant his name. Others were spotted carrying placards with wording about the hustle nation.
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After his speech, Ruto allowed the Meru leaders to great and say something to the people.
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