Dennis Ole Itumbi has slammed the former Prime minister and ODM party leader Raila Odinga on his statement yesterday at Naivasha which he claimed to be giving 6 thousands every month to unemployed youths and to those who lost their jobs due to COVID-19.
Ruto's communication strategist earlier today tweeted claiming that those are only but empty promises to Kenyans as he did his calculations as proved that, it will not only burden the taxpayers but it will increase the borrowing debts.
Here are some of the analysis from Itumbi;
DISSECTING the Proposal by @RailaOdinga
2. Census put unemployment at 5,341,182
3. Add Covid Job Loss, that has been put at 1.7m
4. Total Unemployed, 7m
5. That means Raila is committing Shs.
According to Itumbi, Raila's promises to the public yesterday are nothing but a lie to the Kenyans who are suffering in a poor economic state.
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