2022 is a year to watch and political leaders are locking horns as 2022 general elections Aproach. DP William Ruto’s coast region tour was most welcome. He Toured the region selling his 2022 presidential agenda as he made another powerful promise.
Kenyans attention was thrown to the photos Of Kongowea Market where majority told DP William Ruto that, Mama want a Market like that and not wheelbarrows. Here are some of the heart-warming pictures.
The country needs a conversation to end corruption, inclusive leadership and regional balance in terms of development, youths' employment. This cannot be achieved in rallies and lowering standards to that of a wheelbarrow. Let's shape our thinking.
What's bottom up approach? Will the majority of the resources be used in the counties & only the surplus taken up to the central government or what? We need markets jobs and not wheelbarrows. Kenyans are tired with corruption too. 2022 general election are coming and days are reducing it is Ruto and Hon Raila Odinga.
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