As 2022 gets closer and closer, prominent politicians keep cropping up with their agenda. This morning, Martha Karua had an interview in Hot 96. She talked about her political ambitions come 2022. She was quick to defend DP Ruto's political approach, bottom-up economy. Martha, Nark-Kenya party leader, pointed out that this is the only was to rescue Kenyan economy which had been plummeting in the recent past.
Moreover, Martha Karua used this opportunity to defend Deputy President William Ruto. In his defence, she said that DP Ruto had what it takes to transform this country but he was denied by the Jubilee government.
Graciously granting to her latest sentiments, DP Ruto is an energetic man, and he is the man to beat in the next general election. In that regard, she slammed Uhuru Kenyatta for failing to utilise DP Ruto's ability to build a better Kenya.
In addition to that, she argued that the root cause of this was the March 2018 handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Additionally, this former Justice Minister said that with DP William Ruto, she will create a partnership that will transform Kenya. What is your thought about this matter? Can she make it to be a good Deputy President?
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