As the country heads to the next general election, many people have been thinking about the economy as the thing to consider before electing the next President. That is why some allies of Musalia Mudavadi have been claiming that Mudavadi should be elected because he is the only man who is good when it comes to controlling the economy, but wait! Do you know Mukhisa Kituyi?
The former UNCTAD secretary general is one of the unsung heroes in the country. He is one of the best when it comes to the economy. Mukhisa Kituyi surprised many after he resigned from his big job and decided to declare his presidential candidature but if you think well about what he says then you may end up voting for him.
In his latest late night message, Mukhisa Kituyi gave Kenyans some food for thought when he asked them to think about several things like taxes and the leaders they want.
"Let's take time to reflect on the kenya we deserve, the taxes we deserve, the services we deserve versus the leaders we want." Tweeted Mukhisa Kituyi.
That message may seem light but if you really think , then you may get it is Mukhisa Kituyi the leader that you want.
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