Herman Manyora. Photo, Courtesy.
Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto normally meets with various people from different parts of the country at his home in Karen. He always invites different political leaders, youths, elders as well as religious leaders to discuss matters that are affecting them. Many people usually interpret this action as one way of preparing for his quest for the presidency in 2022.
Today, taking to his Twitter account, Deputy President William Ruto invited former Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, Professor Njuguna Ndung'u at his offices in Karen. He said that Prof Ndung'u has pledged to help in developing the new model through the African Economic Research Consortium.
DP Ruto With Prof Njoroge Ndung'u.
On the other hand, popular political analyst and lecturer at the University of Nairobi Prof Herman Manyora have warned the Deputy President to avoid Prof Njuguna Ndung'u because he will not help him. Manyora says that Prof Njuguna Ndung'u did nothing to protect the Kenyan economy when he was the governor of the Central Bank of Kenya. He urged him to look for another person.
During his recent interview with Citizen TV, Deputy President William Ruto said that he will focus on rebuilding the economy if he wins the presidency in 2022. He said he will empower the low-earning Kenyans so that they generate enough taxes that will rebuild the economy than going after the loans.
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