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A man who had claimed to be the brain behind the bottom-up economic model which has been embraced by DP William Ruto, is dead.

A man who claimed to be the brains behind the bottom-up economic model that Deputy President William Ruto has embraced as a campaign pillar in the run-up to the August general election has died. Martin Mwaniki perished in a horrifying road accident on Thika Super Highway when his Mercedes Benz automobile was entirely destroyed after colliding with a stationary lorry. Wahome Thuku, a Nairobi-based lawyer and former journalist, confirmed his death, saying the last time they spoke was on February 18 when the deceased was requesting an entry pass to Sagana. “On February 18, Martin Mwaniki texted me and asked for a Sagana 3 access card. On February 21, he reminded me in a really kind way.

“I’ve been working with Mwaniki since 2016.” Some of the topics he’s been texting me about and we’ve discussed are highly secret and will remain so. He’s a cheery fellow. Brother, may you rest in peace. “Death is the final destination for everyone,” Thuku lamented. Lilly Davis, a close friend of his, revealed that she was still processing what had happened. “Even after seeing you in your death, my dear friend, I still can’t accept the idea that I’ll never see or speak to you again.” It was customary to greet you in the morning and at night. Unfortunately, I’m still waiting for a response to my mail from yesterday. Yes, we were supposed to go to our suggested project site today and make plans,” her message stated in part.
In 2014, the deceased claimed that he was the brains behind the bottom-up economic strategy and that DP Ruto’s associates, notably his Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi, had short-changed him. Mwaniki stated in a lengthy Facebook post that he was surprised to see Ruto use it as a campaign platform for Kenyans ahead of the election. “Listening to William Ruto blubbering about how the bottoms up economic paradigm will work is hilarious. “This is what happens when you don’t have original ideas,” he said in part of his piece. Ruto began using the slogan after Itumbi split from President Uhuru Kenyatta and joined the Deputy President, according to Mwaniki.

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