Deputy President William Ruto today continued with his campaigns in the Mt Kenya region. He visited many places including Karatina Market, Othaya and Mukwurweini. At Karatina Market Ruto indicated that the market has remained an economic landmark supporting hundreds of livelihoods. He said that under his Bottom-up Economic Model, such markets will be the centre of economic growth as the government provides finances to small traders to boost their business. Thousands of people attended his rally.
Those prominent politicians who accompanied Ruto include Rigathi Gachagua, Anne Waiguru, Ndidi Nyoro, Alice Wahome, Kimani Ichung'wa, Rahab Mukami, Irungu Kangata, George Kariuki, Rindiki Mugambi, and Aisha Jumwa.
In my view, these early campaigns aren't good because they are distracting the government from enhancing development projects. It will be fair to Kenyans if they get suspended.
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