Today on his official verified twitter account he has posted a tweet concerning what he and other leaders will be rooting for.
The deputy president will rooting for the following:
1) Expansive, inclusive and broad based economic intervention that may give ordinary Kenyans a chance to make a living and create wealth.
2) The deputy president has also informed Kenyans that the signature will boost people standards of living and will also foster the country growth sustainability.
"We are rooting for an expansive, inclusive and broad-based economic intervention that will give ordinary Kenyans a chance to make a living and create wealth. In the long-run, these signature reforms will boost people’s standards of living & foster the country’s growth sustainably." William Ruto tweeted.
Below is a screenshot of the same tweet that the deputy president tweeted.
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