According to information that is becoming available, Hon. William Ruto, the leader of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party and the recently announced president-elect, has just finished a meeting with seven independent MPs from different regions of the nation.
After the meeting, Dr. William Ruto posted on social media that he was adding additional MPs to his team because he believes that enacting his bottom-up economic plan will require a bipartisan approach to legislation.
In addition to Hon. Joshua Mbithi (Masinga), Njoroge Elijah (Gatundu North), Caroline Ngelechei (Elgeyo Markwet), Rahim Dawood (Imenti North), Timothy Kipchumba (Markwet West), Ntutu Kitilai (Narok South), and Monica Muthoni, these MPs also represent the constituencies of Masinga and Masinga North (Lamu Woman Rep.).
"The Bottom-Up Economic agenda will need to be implemented through legislation that is bipartisan in nature. We appreciate the MPs who were elected on independent ballots and have agreed to collaborate with Kenya Kwanza because of this "Dr. William Ruto remarked.
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