Political Analyst hits out at Dp following his manifesto launch at kasarani stadium. Mutahi Ngunyi accused Dp Ruto of reading what was written hence making hima boring speaker. Taking to his twitter account, he posted the following.
"Ruto is BORING. He is READING a seminar paper written by David Ndii. And the MEN in SILK SUITS do not LOOK like HUSTLERS" Tweet
The Deputy president said it would reduce the cost of acquiring weapons in Kenya's security centers and establish a national security industry that provides services to Kenyan youth.
Drs. Ruto, speaking at Kasarani Stadium on Thursday evening during the launch of his party's manifesto, said the country's economy was "deeply flawed" and wondered why no government had stepped in to fix it.
"The question is why we are sitting on this path, why the government did not listen to its proposal to fix the economy, why we chose to produce guns instead of clothes," Ruto asked.
The UDA group has expressed support for small, medium and micro enterprises (MSMEs) saying they are an important part of the economy.
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