Thousands of Nakuru residents broke in to 'Ruto, Ruto, Ruto' chants after the Deputy President William Ruto have a glimpse of what Kenyans should expect from him from August if they elect him during the August 9 elections.
Ruto who was speaking in Free Area was forced to pause his speech because of the chants after he said that his government will be focused in creating job opportunities for the youths and ensure that the economy is revived through the bottom up economic model.
He dismissed his opponent, the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential nominee Raila Odinga's bid, claiming that he is only focused to changing the constitution and creating positions for political leaders rather than creating empowerment opportunities for Kenyans.
"We are going to form a government that will help to put money in the pockets of all Kenyans. The Kenya Kwanza Alliance government will be keen to fund manufacturing and the production sector in bid to create jobs for our youths. We have heard our competitors want to change the constitution," said Ruto before the Ruto chants filled the air.
Ruto further argued that Raila choose Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua as his running mate so that she helped him in changing the constitution, owing to her past bold stand against the BBI.
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