DP says he will not stop fighting for the poor

Deputy President William Ruto has said he will not retreat in his resolve to uplifting the poor.

He said the intimidations being witnessed against his supporters will only reinforce their commitment.

“We will not retreat neither will we surrender in placing  ordinary Kenyans at the core of the next government,” he said.

He noted that under the progressive and revolutionary bottom-up economic model, businesses will flourish and millions of jobs generated.

“We will stay firmly on this cause,” he added. “Our plans to change Kenya will not stop.”

He spoke today in Nyeri, Kirinyaga and Murang’a Counties where he attended a church service and engaged the public.

The Deputy President, who was accompanied by more than 40 MPs from Mt Kenya region, asked leaders to be visionary and work together.

“Do not be stuck in the past. Instead of misusing the youth to cause discord in the society, push for reforms that will empower them,” explained Dr Ruto.