Mutahi, through his social media account engaged Kenyans in a poll on the awareness of Ruto's bottom-up economic approach.
In a poll that he deliberately deleted afterwards, Ngunyi had asked Kenyas if they understand the bottom-up approach which is seemingly Ruto's pillar towards the realisation of 2022 presidential bid.
As captured by Opera News before deleting it from the platform, 52 per cent of 3,527 Kenyans had voted Yes, to mean, they understand what it means by bottom-up. Details of Ngunyi's poll have been shared below.
However, Ngunyi shifted his choices after realising all was not right. In what he termed as a 're-sit' of his poll, Ngunyi gave out four options that could undoubtifully not go well with Ruto's supporters.
The Dp's economic model seems to bring more sense to Kenyans. He said, in a past interview, that he intends to put more resources where they are much needed (low-class individuals). The Dp argues that the bottom-up model has the power to turn millions of Kenyans at the base of the wealth pyramid into active and meaningful participants in the economy.
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