President elect Dr William Ruto has for another time hold a high profile meeting with members of parliament elect on independent candidates where today he had a meeting with seven parliamentarians a head of the official opening of parliament next week.
The second in command during the event said the members of parliament will help him in Implementing the Bottom-up Economic model agenda in the country will that will require a bi-partisan approach in the legislation.
He was speaking well he hosted Caucus that included: Joshua Mbithi of Masinga constituency, Njoroge Elijah of Gatundu North constituency, Caroline Ngelechei of Elgeyo Marakwet, Rahim Dawood of Imenti North, Timothy Kipchimba of Marakwet West, Ntutu Kitilai of Narok West and Monica Wamboi Lamu women representative.
The leaders have agreed to support the Kenya Kwanza Bottom Up Economic Agenda which boost William Ruto's plan to revive the current dead economy should he be sworn in as the 5th president.
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