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(Video)"Degree Should not be Mandatory to Contest a Political Seat" Ruto Message to IEBC

It is not a must for one to have a degreeto be allowedto vie for any political seat. By making it mandatory for one to have a educational degree is far of limiting able Kenyans who would perfectly rule or lead their people.

The Deputy president while addressing a visiting large congregation at his Karen Residence, various aspiring political leaders paid him a visit. Just like any other student, one deserves to have a political guide from his godfather. Ruto assured them of free and fare nomination across board for the UDA party and that no one will be favoured, the people and the voters will determine.

"The priority of the Huslter Nation movement is to unite Kenya and design a robust financial framework that will create jobs and expand enterprise. This approach will generate wealth and reduce poverty from the bottom of the society's economic pyramid.

During a consultative meeting with more than 350 UDA aspirants from Nyeri, Laikipia, Meru and Tharaka-Nithi Counties at the Karen Residence, Nairobi. Leaders present were Rahab Mukami, Rigathi Gachagua, Kimani Ichung’wah, Patrick Mariru, George Murugara and Halima Mucheke." The Deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto took to his social media accounts after a successful meeting with aspiring youth leaders to the United Democratic Alliance UDA boat.

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