Deputy President William Ruto is on the way to urge Kenyans to support. Deputy President William Ruto is focused to rescue Kenyan life. He wished to empower all hustlers and Kenyans at all. He believes his model of the bottom-up economy, will turn Kenyans life.
However, all is not well with the government, Kenyans are on the receiving end after the rise in fuel. This move has caused an uproar among many as the senate and MPs request the government to listen to Kenyans plea.
Amid this discussion, deputy president William Ruto has stormed today the Machakos County and Makueni. While in Makueni DP revealed that Kenyans need a leader who is after their economy rather than planning top jobs. Kenyans were impressed when DP Ruto revealed that his bottom-up approach will help Kenyans.
This message has awakened Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwah after dropping a bombshell to Kieleweke. According to Kimani, Ruto's conversation has changed and his plans will give most leaders a nightmare.
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