The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto and his team are anytime from now expected to appear at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi to launch the much awaited Kenya Kwanza's manifesto.
The Ruto's big moment comes after culminating a series of economic forums across the county that were aimed at collecting and putting down all the needs the Kenyans wants Kenya Kwanza to give high priority in the event they get into power as from the next 39 days. Photos of the scenes at Kasarani Stadium shows Kenya Kwanza's supporters having arrived and seated as they wait for their leader's for the grand launch of the manifesto.
To surprise, the Kenya Kwanza's manifesto launch is happening parallel to those of the Roots Party presindential candidate George Wajackoyah which are taking place at KICC, Nairobi.
Inside the Manifesto blueprint is the plans that the Kenya Kwanza wants to do during their five year's in office in the event they win the August general elections.
DP Ruto and George Wajackoyah becomes the second and third presindential candidates to unveil their manifesto after Raila Odinga launched his early this month. The fourth candidate Mwaure Waihiga is however yet to launch his manifesto.
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