His excellency William Samoei Ruto has today taken his campaign Nairiri market. This comes after he provided a schedule of how he has planned to take his campaign through the western region of Kenya.
As he arrives in Naitiri market he is warmly welcomed by the residents Who flow into the market in large numbers. The residents welcome him with warm Luyha music as they Dance through his way.
Deputy president counts different projects he has put in place within the region then they are in the process of completion as one of the big four agenda under the Jubilee umbrella. Hey remind the residents to count all the projects and come to his support during his presidential bid instead of given a chance to somebody who has never put in mind their needs. Some of the things Ruto counted are the roads and the church has he participated during harambe
He also advised the residents to accept diversity in job that they are doing because work is work and no one is to choose but to do their best in whatever field they find themselves in.
As he continues airing out his thoughts and sharing his ambitions, residents show him some love as they carry up a wheelbarrow and chant UDA. William ruto also promises to bring more projects once elected as the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya.
Not leaving out the bottom-up economic model ruto points out that the traders in the market are really struggling and they need some backup. It is noted that small and medium scale Enterprises are collapsing under the weight of prohibitive financial system and predatory lenders. He says as his government takes over after the 2022 general elections he has intended to fix all this through the bottom-up economic model to jumpstart the economy.
“The struggles by traders at Naitiri market, Tongaren constituency in Bungoma County is replicated across the country. Small and medium enterprises are collapsing under the weight of prohibitive financial systems and predatory lenders. This is what we intend to fix under the Bottom-Up Economic Model as we seek to jump-start the economy.” He says.
Agriculture sector is full of cartels.
Dp says Elimination of cartels and brokers in the agriculture chain of production will be their starting point in securing markets with good prices for farmers. This is what has destroyed the sugar sector in Western Kenya and entrenched poverty.
UDA promises that they will start from the smallscale cane farmers in Kamukuywa and Ndivisi areas of Kimilili and Webuye East Constituencies in Bungoma County as they implement the Bottom-Up Economic Model.
Deputy president was also accompanied by other UDA political leaders and MPs including
- John Waluke (Sirisia)
- Mwambu Mabonga (Bumula),
- Didmus Barasa (Kimilili),
- Dan Wanyama (Webuye West),
- Benjamin Washiali (Mumias East)
- Fred Kapondi (Mt. Elgon).
After the visit in Naitiri he also headed and Engaged women traders and boda boda on the Bottom-Up Development Model at Nalondo Market, Kabuchai, Bungoma County.