William Ruto who is the deputy president of Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that The Bottom-Up Economic Model will seek to reverse marginalization by using agriculture and enterprise to uplift affected areas. This comes after William Ruto had a very successful rally in west pokot today.
Delta tweeted, "In every sub county this ninja has promised billions of money whose sum surpasses our P.A budget. Kwani atatoa wapi hiyo pesa ? Ama kwake wanaosha pesa?"
Okal tweeted, "You have been the DP for the past 9 years, what bared u from empowering them? Other than looting, land grabbing including school grounds, which have collapsed the economy, what have u done to the youth? Wacha ukora bana, wajinga waliisha kenya. Try that in UG."
Buffalodash tweeted, "True. All regions of Kenya have unique, and or shared potentials due to their strategic position. We, the hustlers are ready to explore all these potentials to attain sustainable personal, local, and national economic growth!"
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