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Murathe Strikes Again, Poses The Following Tough Questions to DP Ruto And His Tangatanga Camp

With less than 15 months remaining to the general election in 2022, every politician especially the ones eyeing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is working on every mean to entice voters.

The deputy president Dr William Ruto is among the political heavyweights eying for the presidency while championing his hustler narrative. He intends to apply the bottom-up economic policies once elected to the state House. Ruto argues that the trickle-down approach that has been used for decades has never favoured the 'hustlers'

And now, the jubilee party vice-chairman David Murathe has once more laughed off Ruto's economic policies claiming that it is just one of his tricks to entice voters to vote for him. According to Murathe, DP Ruto has been in the government for the last 8 years and only to pretend that he cares about the hustlers when he wants to become the President. In addition, Murathe also pointed out that some of his allies have chaired cabinet committees and failed to implement the so-called bottom-up of the economy.

"He is a deputy president and one of his tanga allies have been in the budget committees for the last three years. Why wouldn't they use their positions to implement the so-called bottom economy instead of waiting until 2022?" Murathe posed.

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