The proponents of the bottom up economic model being promoted by the deputy president William Ruto have still maintained that it is the economic policy that will improve the living standard of the ordinary Kenyans.
The Jubilee senator for Tharaka Nithi county, professor Kithure Kindiki through his social media platforms has said that the bottom-up approach will allocate considerable resources that will help tackle unemployment in the country.
"Bottom-up economics will give significant attention and allocate considerable resources to promote micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and thereby tackle unemployment," he said through his facebook page.
His statement was not well received by majority of Kenyans who reminded him to stop lying since a number of uneducated Kenyans have still not understood how the bottom-up economic approach will be implemented if Ruto succeeds president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
Other Kenyans have also told him that the deputy president William Ruto had the best opportunity to implement whatever he is currently promising Kenyans since 2013 when he became the deputy president.
A section of Kenyans also reminded professor Kithure Kindiki that he should stop complaining too much because he is still part and parcel of the current goverment.
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