As president Uhuru Kenyatta's succesion schemes are ragging on ahead of 2022 general elections, political campaigns are escalating with top politcal talks heavyweights seeking for Kenyans support to cling the Country's top job.
After a period of six months, Kimilili Constituency member of Parliament Didmus Barassa has announced a comeback to deputy president William Ruto's camp to roll out campaigns ahead of the long awaited 2022 Elections.
Barassa decided to distance himself from National politics with reasons that he want to concentrate on his people who elected him. However, the lawmaker has said the curtains are closed after six months, and he has received a collection of what his people wants and now its time to forcus on 2022.
In a Video shared on social media, Barasa has said for the first time, Kenyans will go to the ballot to elect an agenda and not a person, citing deputy President William Ruto's bottom up economic model.
"For the first time Kenyans will go to the ballot not to elect a person but to elect a platform and an agenda that will take their way of handling economic livelihood to the next level. Its six months since I announcement my sabatical leave from Hustler Nation and the curtains have been closed," Barasa has said.
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