In less than ten months ,kenya will conduct her third general election under the 2010 constitution.Various leaders have shown interest of running for different seats. The presidential has attracted attention not only in kenya but across africa.
The deputy president ,william Ruto is touring various parts of the country to share his program,the bottom up. Today he is Embu county, the second in command is in company of several leaders from the region ,these includes; Governor Ann waiguru Kirinyaga county,Ndidi Nyoro Kiharu MP,Righati Gachagua Mathira MP, Irungu Kang'ata Murang' a county senator,cecily Mbarire nomited MP,Mariuki Njaguga Mbeere North MP and John Muchiri Manyatta MP.
The DP engaged with the residents at Kianjoma where he promised to empower youths and create conducive environment for small scale and micro business to operate effectively. He added that more money will be set aside to provide loans at low interest.
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