The race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta has continued to intensify, with less than thirteen Months to general election different game players have started showing their playing tactics in a bid to win Kenyans hearts.
Today Amani Notional Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi visited Nakuru County for a fundraiser at the Echariria Catholic Church in Gilgil. He said the Country has a growing economy which can ensure jobs are provided or created for the youths.
Mudavadi blamed the current economic position on corruption and ever skyrocketing national debts. He further stated that every Kenyan should be able to live and work in every part of the country without being threatened.
This comes just hours after he badly slammed Ruto's 'hustlers nation' narrative, saying it is away of promoting poverty. He further told off Deputy President William Somoei Ruto and his bottom - up economic model, saying it does not offer practical solutions for the economy.
"How will the bottom - up economic model lower taxes so that prices of commodities come down and citizens have markets for farm produce," Mudavadi Questioned.
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