Deputy president William Ruto attend church service today at the Gospel Assembly church in Kiusyani while speaking at the church he went on to elaborate on his slogan, 'bottom's up'. He told the congregation that this is not a dirty phrase but basically means that the poor should be put first before the rich.
This slogan is an enhancement of his hustler nation narrative whereby he is targeting the struggling youth in society. The deputy president has weighed his options and decided that he stands better chances of winning the elections by targeting the less fortunate in society. Not only because the needy are easily guilable and fall for promises but also becaythe rich and wealthy stick together in their dinasties.
Ruto was quoted saying that his slogan'bottom's up' means that those who are down will be put first. He will priorities the small famers who lack seeds and fertilizer and the small business men and the jobless kenyansr. We are all waiting to see if he actually means this or it's just a strategy to get into State House. A strategy that will be forgotten as soon as the swearing in is finished.
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