Deputy President William Ruto is having a difficult time selling his bottom-up economic approach to the rest of the country. During his Mashujaa Day speech, President Uhuru Kenyatta skillfully undermined the bottom-up economic system on which the DP has placed its chances for the presidency in 2022.
In his Mashujaa Day address, Uhuru cleverly destroyed, abolished, and cleared DP Ruto's bottom-up economic system, according to political expert Herman Manyora.
He said Uhuru's address showed that the government can and has done a better job of empowering ordinary Kenyans, which is something Ruto is passionate with.
But, while Ruto was busy sloganeering about the bottom-up, the president gave a methodical strategy to how resources can get down there. Herman Manyora explained that the president was demonstrating to Kenyans how the government can, and has in the past. DP Ruto has defended his bottom-up strategy, claiming that it is moral and centered on helping others.
He claims that the project is aimed at freeing hustling businesses from Shylock-credit abuse and discriminatory rules, as well as providing them with resources
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