United Democratic Alliance Party Chairman Johnstone Nduya Muthama has critisised Raila Odinga's promises to the youth's. While in Naivasha Raila told the youth that his government will create employment.
Raila added that the unemployed youths will have a token salary of Ksh 6000 Monthly. Muthama has stated that Raila should not promise youths jobs and he himself when was elected to EALA he left the job to his brother Oburu Odinga and that was nepotism.
Muthama has affirmed that one of tge problem affecting the youth is false promises from politicians.
"RailaOdinga should stop hoodwinking youths with promises of plum jobs because when he got the chance at EALA he gave it to his elder brother: Oburu Odinga. That's nepotism par excellence. One of the greatest challenges, facing young people today is seductive promises, half truths and manipulated facts. The youths must be watchful about some of these politicians using manipulated deceit to vote them in.",Muthama stated.
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