The economic conversation is continuing to intensify as the election year approaches and leaders eyeing the top seat are keen on selling their policies based on the economy of the country.
Deputy President William Ruto has been keen on spreading his Bottom-up economic model as he intends to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta come next year.
The DP has been holding strategic meetings with various leaders drawn from across the country to popularize his bottom-up economic model.
Ruto has this morning held a high profile meeting with a deligation of leaders including grassroot and political leaders drawn from Makueni County at his Karen residence.
Speaking after the meeting, the DP has reiterated that it is possible to uplift the poor, the jobless, the despised and the oppressed through carefully considered and planned development programmes, and called on everyone to engage, walk together, change the foundation of the Kenyan politics and create economic opportunities for all.
"It is possible to uplift the poor, the jobless, the despised and the oppressed through carefully considered and planned development programmes. Let us engage, walk together, change the foundation of our politics and create economic opportunities for all. Met grassroots and political leaders from Makueni County at the Karen Residence, Nairobi County," DP Ruto said.
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