As 2022 locks in, parties, interested individuals and coalitions are preparing themselves so as to showcase their strength in the next general election.
The pro-BBI team are using the manifestos that are enclosed in the Building Bridges Initiative whose fate is yet to be known. On the other hand, the Ruto-allied team which is against the BBI report have the bottom up economic model which has so far been the topic of discussion on social media.
Former Kakamega county senator Boni Khalwale has left Kenyans in stitches by revealing the economic model that NASA coalition used to campaign back in 2017. Just to remind ourselves, the NASA coalition was made up of ODM, ANC, Wiper and Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) parties.
According to Boni Khalwale who was by that time a NASA member, the economic model that was used was Tibim, Tialalaa and Riaaa. The ex-legislator who is now DP Ruto's ally disclosed this using his Facebook account page.
Dr. Boni Khalwale: "In 2017, our economic model as NASA was Tibim, Tialalaa, Riaaa..."
With his post, here is how Kenyans reacted.
Macharia: "Can you please explain to me what is bottom up? I want to hear from a doctor now that a lawyer and accountant walishindwa jana."
Charles: "Because you never took a moment to read the NASA manifesto."
Keem: "And a whole you was pro-that economic model in 2017 until when you got your first handout. Kenya kweli ni hard."
Alusa: "You foolishly confirming to the people of Kakamega that you don't deserve to be their next governor because you know nothing rather than tibim, tialalaa and riaa."
Odhiambo: "But David Ndii said bottom up approach is the NASA's manifesto daktari."
Alfayo: "So it means you don't even have time reading manifestos, just like you are busy here shouting bottom up that none of you can't even explain. Our misleaders!"
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