Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna offered her opinion on the manifesto that Deputy President William Ruto delivered at Kasarani today .The second-in-command announced, along with his Kenya Kwanza coalition commanders, his plan for the country should he win the presidency.
Despite having recently showed hints of supporting Deputy president William Samoea Ruto for president, the struggling lawyer said that the media had not givenWilliam Ruto's manifesto enough coverage.According to Miguna Miguna, the Deputy President responded to Kenyans' rage over the high cost of living by releasing a historic manifesto that will stabilize the country's faltering economy.
If Dp William Samoea Ruto were elected president, the lawyer is sure that his administration would work to improve the lot of the average person.
The commotion on Martha Karua's campaign trail and the release of George Wajackoyah, the presidential candidate for the Roots party,' manifesto attracted more attention, he berated the media for.
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