Deputy President William Ruto has once again pulled a crowd of its own today in Meru as he starts his three days in the region to campaign for his "huster narrative." He was received like a king in the region by the local leaders.
The rally is aimed at soliciting support from the Mt. Kenya region as it is seen as a battleground for politicians to woo the region to support them. This is a region with the highest number of voters and presidential candidates are targeting it, knowing that a 70 percent support will give them a higher chance of clinching the presidency com August 9, 2022.
William Ruto in his speech has promised the region of an economic change that will have common citizens at the center stage of his development. He further supported his bottom-up economic approach teaming it as the only way that will spearhead the country's economy.
Furthermore, he slammed other politicians who are still dreaming of bringing the Building Bridges Initiative teaming it a burden to the common people. He promised that his government will support the youth to get jobs to sustain their lives. Businesses will also be boosted.
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