The deputy president William Ruto today has concluded a three day tour with leaders majority drawn from Mt Kenya region. The meeting that started in Friday was aimed at coming up modalities that would revive the country's economy which seems to have collapsed according to the Tangatanga team.
While meeting around 11 members of parliament both in the Senate and National Assembly. The DP had tapped into the services of economist David Ndii and Njuguna Ndung'u to help Mt Kenya Mps fine tune their economic blueprint.
The deputy president has put more emphasis in central Kenya. This might affect his presidential bid should the region have another option in next year poll.So far political activities have been suspended by the president due to increase surge in covid 19.The leaders from the region especially those in Kieleweke faction have vowed not to support Ruto.
His approach of revisiting President Kibaki's model of reviving economy means that the current regime has failed. It will be interesting to see how he will convince the electorates that he will boost the economy when he has been in the goverment for for two terms as the deputy president.
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