While the deputy William Ruto is moving around popularizing his bottom up economic model in Mt. Kenya region, his rivals in politics such as the former prime minister still follow him from behind claiming but Kenya is past the economic system the deputy president is selling.
The former prime minister has decided to take it to his Facebook page to update his hot welcoming service that Githurai residents offered him. Railain Githurai today has said that " Kazi SI Kazi" opposing the deputy presidents "Kazi ni Kazi" trademark. Raila asked Githurai residents to vote for him in the coming 2022 presidential election and that he will improve the economy and healthy sectors in our country Kenya.
Currently our country Kenya has been in a bad state of economy and politicians currently have been speaking on how to improve the economy 'Uchumi'. As my reader following my news daily what's your view on the same agenda by our politicians currently about the economy. Let us know your views in the comment section below.
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