Barely a day after raiding Raila Odinga camp in preparing his team a head of the 2022 polls, Deputy President William Ruto has yet again revealed details of his meeting with Kenyans in diaspora.
In his strings of tweets, the DP said that the meeting opened up avenues for them to have a grand plan of making Kenya a great Country for all.
The Second in command also acknowledged their economic and intellectual contribution to the growth of the country, adding that he will have a platform for everyone to join in the meeting next time.
Dr Ruto further leaked that Kenyans from different parts of the world pledged to push for a shift in the Country’s politics issue-based policies and programmes in the next meeting.
“We recognize the critical and huge contribution — both economically and intellectually — that Kenyans in the Diaspora make in the development of our country.
On this account, we have begun a clear, inclusive and structured engagement with them to concretize and prosecute our broad and solid plans that will make Kenya a better and fairer country for everyone. We will open a platform for everyone in the diaspora to join the conversation.
Held a virtual conversation with Kenyans in the Diaspora drawn from across the world; undertook to advance the deliberation to configure our politics to issues, policies and programmes,” said William Ruto.
Ruto has been meeting Kenyans from different sectors and tiers in the Country and beyond while marshalling his troops to replace president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
He recently met the creatives at his Karen home in an attempt to strike a balance on cushioning them due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The DP also raided Odinga and former President Kibaki’s teams in assembling his 2022 statehouse bound team, with economist David Ndii a fierce government critic offered top job.
“DP Ruto has reached out to me and Prof Ndung’u to assemble a team of leading brains especially in the economic field. I am always ready to assist on the same. The experts will be from various fields”.Said Ndii.