Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions over the overwhelming welcome accorded to the Deputy President William Ruto during his just Concluded tour in the Coast region.
Ruto who had been Camping in the the Coast region selling the Hustler Nation Bottom-up economic model. He concluded his days visit in the region at the Mkunguni Square, Lamu West, Lamu County where he was accompanied by a group of leaders both from Coastal Region and other parts of the Country.
Kenyans expressed different opinions over this Reception after photos of the Deputy President William Ruto, riding a Donkey, with a large Crowd behind him emerged. Some Kenyan told the Second in Command that the multitude behind him is a clear indication be is very much loved.
In his Facebook account, Ruto cited that he is continuing with his empowerment of small business across the Country which is part of the broader Bottom-up economic model.
"The ongoing empowerment of small businesses across the country is part of our broad, inclusive and deliberate Bottom-Up Economic Development Plan that is people-centred and aimed at freeing millions of Kenyans from the trap of poverty." Ruto Wrote.
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