The deputy president William Ruto has today Tuesday met with some former leaders at his Karen home. Ruto has been holding a number of meeting with some political leaders and other groups in his Karen home for the past few months causing a lot of speculations on his way forward ahead of the general elections. It is however alleged that the main objectives of Ruto's meeting is to plan for the 2022 general elections in which he will be a candidate.
"Met former councillors from Kajiado County to discuss bottom-up economic model; being grassroot leaders, they have a key role to play, Karen, Nairobi County. MPs Katoo ole Metito, George Sunkuyia, Aisha Jumwa and Kimani Ngunjiri attended", read part of Ruto's statement after the meeting.
The deputy president has said that they are rooting for an expansive, inclusive and broad-based economic intervention that will give ordinary Kenyans and households a chance to make a living and create wealth. The reforms will boost the living standards of the people and foster the growth of the country.
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