With less than 17 months to next year general elections. The political bigwigs have started organizing themselves to come up with the alliances that will enable them succeed Uhuru kenyatta as the next president of the republic of Kenya.
The deputy president William Ruto today met his Tangatanga brigade in a three day retreat that started on Friday. According to today's media, majority of the attendees were drawn from Mt Kenya region.
According to honorable Wangui Ngirici, a close ally of the deputy president. She said Ruto met 16 MPs both from the National Assembly and the Senate who make the Economy recovery committee and representatives from 11 Mt Kenya region.
During the meeting, the deputy president demonstrated his economic recovery framework. Accoording to the deputy president,he has advocated an approach of bottom up structure that will see common mwananchi being involved in building the country economy.
The leaders from Mt Kenya region have argued that the country economy during president Kibakis' era was stable as compared to Jubilee regime.
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