Kalonzo slammed Ruto's bottom-up economics approach, describing it as "handout economics," with the goal of providing a short fix rather than a long-term economic plan that can propel a country forward.
He went on to say that poverty and unemployment are the core causes of corruption in Kenya, vowing that under his leadership, corruption will be eradicated in real terms and wealth will be created for Kenyans.
The former Vice President also called for an audit of Ruto's wealth which he observed that it is questionable on where he gets the money Ruto ussualy contributing in churches and polical gatherings.
He added that deputy president only earns a basic salary of 1.2 Million but many were surprised when he contributed over 10 million Kenyan shillings during his visit to Kitui.
Kalonzo has urged those concern to take an audit of Ruto's wealth as soon as possible for Kenyans to be satisfied with the issue.
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