Deputy president William Ruto is among top Politicians who are trying the their best to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta come next year elections. Every one having his plans if he will be elected as the 5th president of republic of Kenya.
Deputy President, William Ruto has a plan to change the situation of the country. His target is to invest in Kenyans especially poor people who have no sources of income. His main goal is to change the lives of Kenyans.
However, from the look of things, the bottom up plan will only work in Kenya, only if kenyans will elect deputy president William as the next president in the coming presidential election.
Deputy President William Ruto is sure that the bottom up plan will have significance to kenyans.
Deputy President William Ruto has been supported by the Catholic church leader, Pope Francis. According to Pope Francis, politics must be built from the bottom up. Politics should be rooted to people.
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