The party leader of the United democratic alliance party William Ruto who is also the Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential candidate today launched his manifesto at the Kasarani stadium in Nairobi county where he is outlining his vision for the country.
The high profile launch of the his manifesto is being witnessed by a huge crowd with Ruto expected to formally outline his vision should he win the country's presidency in the coming general elections.
And now, renown constitutional lawyer Ahmednasir Abdulilahi has come out to finally break his silence on the manifesto launch by the deputy president.
According to Ahmednasir, Ruto's manifesto has exceeded expectations and it epitomizes change, a call for kenyans to unite and has laid the framework for a better tomorrow. He congratulated the DP for what he termed as a good show.
"Epoch defining! What a call to arms! What a plea for unity! What a shout for change! What a vision for a better tomorrow! What a beacon for a bright tomorrow! Congratulations! DP Ruto and his entire team have delivered an amazing, breathtaking, glowing manifesto. I love it," he said
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