Following the conclusion of the statement by Deputy President William Ruto, Citizen TV abruptly ended the Manifesto Launch event in Kasarani. The question and answer period began after the deputy president, William Ruto, finished speaking. Later, Rigathi Gachagua, DP Ruto's running companion, spoke.
However, Citizen TV chose to focus on the manifesto unveiling of George Wajackoyah, a presidential contender for the Roots Party, instead of DP Ruto's session.
When DP Ruto unveiled his platform, he said that an economic strategy should guarantee that his administration will use resources in a way that benefits the majority of citizens and the entire nation. In support of his claim that the main objective of his administration will be to increase employment, DP Ruto also cited a research that said that only roughly 19 million Kenyans are currently employed.
The legalization of marijuana, on the other hand, is George Wajackoyah's stated principal goal. According to him, Nyeri County, for instance, would make the same amount of money as Ethiopia's GDP in a year if Kenya produced marijuana for export. Furthermore, each snake farmer in Kenya would make about Sh600,000 for each bottle of anti-venom, according to Wajakoyah.
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