Deputy President William Ruto held a meeting with Kajiado former Councillors in his Karen official residence. This meeting according to the second in command was to have a discourse on the bottom-up economic model which he envisions to be his 2022 agenda when he succeeds President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Dr William Ruto said that he is 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.
The Deputy President also weighed in on the current affairs of the country and he urged the national leaders to come together and come up with a solution in unison which will not favour one side and leave another one.
Dr Ruto has been seen to be opposing the constitutional change and the recent rulling which termed the BBI document as unconstitutional, null and void got his camp celebrating. He had called on a consensus so as to avoid making the country to be in a campaign mood but the supporters of BBI could not here non of it. They went ahead and presented the draft to the county assemblies for debate and it was passed overwhelmingly.
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