Ruto, who is currently in Kakamega County to popularise his presidential bid, assured his supporters that his presidency is in safe hands. He further urged his supporters to come out in large numbers and vote for him.
“Hotel and boardroom meetings shall not bear fruits in the next presidential race. The decision on the leadership of Kenya shall be made by millions of Kenyans comprising millions of unemployed youth, poor women who toil to put food on their tables,” Ruto said.
Ruto further stated that when he wins the 2022 presidential elections, he will revive the economy through the bottom-up model. He added that he will improve the lives of the citizens by allocating more funds to various sectors.
“Many Kenyans are not able to borrow loans because they have been listed as defaulters on the Credit Reference Bureau by online financial lending firms. But from next year, we shall allocate Sh 50 billion to agriculture, Sh 50 billion to give loans to small-scale traders to boost their businesses and an additional Sh100 billion on projects that will generate jobs for the youth in the government budget,” he said.
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