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Ruto’s Bottom-up economic model was in NASA’s 2017 manifesto, David Ndii

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Economist Dr. David Ndii says Deputy President William Ruto’s Bottom-up economic model was one of the key areas of focus in the National Super Alliance (NASA) manifesto of 2017.

The political strategist made this revelation while responding to a section of Kenyans who had demanded pushers of the bottom-up economic model furnish Kenyans with an elaborate and detailed framework on how they plan to achieve their goal, and not just shout at political rallies.

”NASA will create an enabling environment and synergies between the small and medium and large enterprises, as well as linkages to agriculture,” a section of the NASA 2017 manifesto reads in part.

For the past few days, Raila Odinga has been strategically outlining his agenda for the youth and unemployed Kenyans in a well-crafted and strategic communication of his vision and 2022 quest for power. The ODM leader’s politics has always revolved around empowering and giving voice to the voiceless, something he intends to capitalise on.

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