Man sues Deputy President William Samoei Ruto for stealing his bottom up economic model structure.

The man who has been identified as Jacob Muting’a is seeking an injunction to stop the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto from using the bottom up slogan citing that it is his intellectual right.

In his affidavit, Jaacob Mutinga claims that despite his presenting his bottom up approach to the government in 2013, none of his ideas were implemented but William Samoei Ruto went ahead and hijacked his idea one of his 2022 presidential campaign agenda.

“I wrote to the five top government officers including the President his Deputy, CS Ministry of Industrialization, the Speaker National Assembly and the Attorney General to adopt my proposed economic structure without success,” Kioko said.

He now want high court intervention and order Deputy President to compensate him for infringement of his patented bottom up idea.

“I urge this court to stop the government from use of the term Bottom Up economy slogan as a political gimmick, slogan or for any other purpose by any parties besides the innovator’s intended purpose of promoting the goals of the DUGWI innovation,” Kioko petition read in parts.

In his petition, Mr Kioko also argued that both the proponents and opponents of bottom up economic model are abusing the structure for political mileage.

Both proponents and opponents of this gross misconception of the new economic approach are grossly misleading the public. Both parties are in complete darkness regarding the structure to improve the economic status of poor Kenyans, they are bitter rivals on the same which, neither of them understands,” the petition read.

By concluding his petition, Kioko said that William Ruto is unable to explain the model because the idea is not his.

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