The search for Kenyans firth president has continued to intensify with defferent leaders showing their interest and taking their early campaigns to different parts in the country.
Today deputy president of Kenya and alleged United Democratic Alliance party leader (UDA) Dr. William Ruto was in Makueni county for economic Bloc tour. He pledged to allocate Ksh 120 million next year to support small scale traders across the Country.
"We assure you that in the new political journey, no Kenyan will be left lagging behind. Just like we set aside Ksh120 million for every constituency to build schools through the constituency development fund, next year we will preserve another Ksh120m to support mama Mboga, boda boda and kiosk operators. We will also ensure they access government loans that charge low interests and in turn enable them to run their businesses seamlessly," Dr. William Ruto said.
He has also been pushing for a bottom - up economic model, has umpteenth times opined that the country's economy will flourish if focus is shifted to small - scale traders.
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