Ruto Accuses President Kenyatta Of Running Down The Economy

DP William Ruto, Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi

William Ruto lashed out at Mr Raila Odinga for hijacking the ruling party Jubilee and then breaking it from within as he had done with independence political party KANU after a merger in 1997

By The Weekly Vision Online

Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza Alliance has once again blamed the Uhuru-Raila March 9th 2018 handshake as the genesis for the soaring external debt burden and spiraling inflation facing the country at the moment.

DP Ruto accused the opposition of failing in its oversight role and instead adopting a see no evil, hear no evil and say no evil approach!

The opposition he said had gone to bed with the executive leaving wananchi on their own like fish that has been thrown out of the water on a dry sandy beach! “Kenyans are on their own as the battered economy regresses to the high cost of living,” he said.

He told the cheering crowd about the tribulations he had endured throughout the second term, asserting that the UDA would still prevail in the August 9 election despite President Uhuru Kenyatta cobbling a massive alliance under Azimio la Umoja

Speaking before a mammoth crowd of UDA supporters at Kasarani who endorsed him as their presidential flag-bearer, the DP lashed out at Mr Odinga for hijacking the ruling party Jubilee and then breaking it from within as he had done with independence political party KANU after a merger in 1997. 

He told the cheering crowd about the tribulations he had endured throughout the second term, asserting that the UDA would still prevail in the August 9 election despite President Uhuru Kenyatta cobbling a massive alliance under Azimio la Umoja.

He said his “bottom-up” economic strategy was the only way the country’s battered economy could be salvaged from going down the precipice like Greece whose external debts drove it into bankruptcy.

Kenya will soon roll out one of Africa’s most expensive elections whose national and county governments have been blamed for performing duplicate roles at great public expenditure.

World Bank, IMF, European Union and multi-lateral lenders have called on Nairobi to merge some counties, abolish others, and scrap unnecessary overseas trips to end the bloated public wage bill.

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