Dagoreti Member Of Parliament Hon Simba Arati during a campaign trail (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Deputy President William Ruto has always stated that he will govern the country using the bottom up model but several legislatures have always slammed this model.
The latest critic of the bottom up model is Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati who claimed that the bottom up model will not favour the common mwananchi as it is just being used for campaigns.
Simba Arati was accompanied by Kitutu Chache South Member of Parliament, Richard Momoima and 6 Members of the County Assembly from Kisii County during his tour to Nyacheki ward where he opened an ODM office.
Simba Arati also stated that he will be vying for Kisii County Gubernatorial race which will be very competitive as Kisii County Deputy Governor Joash Maangi , and Nyaribari Masaba MP Ezekiel Machogu will also be vying for the same seat.
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