Hon. Nick Salat has hinted through his Facebook page alleging that Deputy President William Ruto should not talk about bottom up approach when he is yet to tell Kenyans how he will end corruption in the country.
Hon. Nick Salat is one of those politicians who do not believe that Deputy President William Ruto can succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022 Presidential race. and also he is in record alleging that Deputy President William Ruto is a very corrupt politician who should not be allowed to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Here is What KANU secretary General Hon. Nick Salat posted through his Facebook page alleging about Deputy President William Ruto's Bottom up Economic approach!
"Before you talk about bottom up approach, tell us how you will end corruption or how you will end yourself".
One thing Hon. Nick Salat should understand is that Deputy President William Ruto has proven himself in the country and has a huge support across the country, so he should respect DP Ruto because he is the second in command in the country.
You can follow his Facebook page and read more for yourself!
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