The Deputy President William Ruto concluded his 3 day meeting on Sunday May 2, with Mt. Kenya region leaders in a move seen as making inroads into Central Kenya, as the battle to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 intensifies.
Penning his thoughts on a post from his Twitter page, the Deputy President during the meeting presented his national economic framework, which is based on the bottom-up economic model.
The Mt. kenya leaders also identified and discussed issues pertaining to their economic block, as well as how these issues will fit into this national economic framework presented by the William Ruto.
Below are netizens reactions on his post above;
"Kenyans have had enough of PROMISES. This is a time to look into your SCORECARD for the 9 YEARS you have been in GOVERNMENT as a CO- PRESIDENT and mostly in the first term when you controlled 50% of it. Promises can only be accepted from newcomers!" A comment read.
"Mr DP if it's truly about poverty eradication (hustlers politics aside ), I advise the government to invest in the high impact areas. Mostly these will require very little financial input if you eliminate corruption. Eg invest in value addition in all agricultural areas (wards)." A comment read.
"Tulia Raila akiitana ama cerelac babies uende na mp wenyu. Tumezkea nyinyi kuwaita wezi na wakora find another bitter name izo tunazitumia kama nick name sai." A comment read.
"YOU MUST tell our Kalenjin brothers that we did not force them to vote Uhuru. Some of us only see uhuru in press media. We don't owe you or them any debt or apology even if you don't become president. They must therefore desist from violence if you don't win elections." A comment read.
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