Dr. William Ruto quoted that we are supposed to work and focus on economic and development agenda not changing the constitution, he added that we should do away with tribalism and concentrate on unity in our country Kenya.
While in his campaigns he argued that he will focus on peasant farmers, small businesses, hustlers in large and four million jobless Kenyans and not creating power for dynasties. He condemned "vitendawili" but instead for "kazi ni kazi."
Also deputy president commented that the government must primarily concentrate on the millions hustlers in Kenya who are seen as the minorities and do away with the dynasty who are campaigning for tribalism and to create their own interests.
In conclusion Dr. William Ruto asked the Akamba people to unite themselves, support him in the 2022 general elections for better economic development.
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