Deputy President William Ruto today met with the ex-CBK Governor Prof Njuguna Ndung'u with whom they held a lengthy discussion bordering on the 'bottom up approach' to economy.
In a meeting that took place at his Karen residence, Ruto observed that the lengthy talk they held with his guest Mr. Ndung'u will see poverty of the nation brought to a sudden stop through focusing on the less fortunate in the society.
“We must include more Kenyans in the growth of our country. This is why we are proposing a bottom-up approach to develop the economy. This approach will ensure more resources are invested in the grassroots, greater economic participation and an expansion of the tax base. It is gratifying to see economic experts endorsing this approach and expressing willingness to partner with us to actualize this revolution,” Ruto noted.
DP Ruto, through his Hustler gospel, still believes that the only way to improve the economy and livelihood of every Kenyan is to shift from the top and embrace the 'bottom up approach'.
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