With only 38 days left in the August general elections, the deputy president outlined how his Kenya Kwanza coalition will liberate Kenya's economy if elected in the August poll.
Many people online have reacted to the well-outlined plans that he has for the country.
Kericho senator, Aaron Cheruiyot has taken to his account to reflect on what the Kenya Kwanza flagbearer.https://twitter.com/Aaroncheruiyot/status/1542581141315719168?s=20&t=11b0fZwK-d9dlAP1iuAqXg
Dp Ruto stated in his manifesto that the trickle-down economy has failed the country, claiming it's only bottom-up the economy in various sectors that will work for kenyans.
Senator Aron Cheruiyot, claims that the deputy president can be sweater him to continue with the country's liberation.
The vocal senator, who is a close ally of the deputy president has taken a swipe at the president and his Azimio flag bearer, alleging they can be paid off for their pensions.
What is your take on Dp Ruto's manifesto, can it be compared with Azimo's?
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