Let Kenyans decide their own fate and how they want to be ruled’ DP William Ruto says

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Dp William Ruto in Nandi during his developmental tour

The deputy president of the Republic of Kenya his Excellency William Samoei Ruto has asked the government to let Kenyans decide their own fate and the way they want to be governed without being pushed. 

Speaking during a series of meetings in Nandi whereby he commissioned several major development projects in Emgwen, Nandi Hills, and Aldai sub-counties respectively, Ruto said it is upon the decision of Kenyans on how they want to be ruled but not governors deciding on how to share positions among themselves. 

The Deputy president affirmed that he is not afraid of which direction the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) amendment Bill will take because he is focused on vying for the presidential seat come 2022.

DP in Kapsabet

“It is now my time to vie for presidency after offering a helping hand to president Uhuru Kenyatta since the year 2002.” He added. 
He commissioned the administration block at Chebisaas Girls High School in Aldai, trauma center in Nandihills, and Kapsabet referral hospital in Emgwen respectively. 

The Dp revealed that the word hustler nation has nothing to do with the classification of society or social class the way people have been framing it saying it is a slogan for the ordinary people who need to be empowered to transform their lives and improve their livelihoods.