On Tuesday of July 19th, media houses in Kenya held the deputy presidential debate which started at 5:30 p.m with Ruth Mutua of Angano party and Justina Wamae of roots party. Both discussed various issues as directed by the panelists and by the time the debate ended, the two agreed and disagreed on some matters.
One of the issue they agreed on is the matter of corruption which is deeply affecting the country and they said needs to be looked at by the incoming government.
They also agreed that ardent measures should be erected to improve the status of living in the country. The two however differed on the idea of legalization and consumption of bhang and rearing of snakes.
When asked to give her view on the idea of unemployment and education. Wamae quoted former president, Mugabe by saying that it is illogical to tell a youth that education is the key yet you have poor graduates and rich idiots. According to her, everyone should work on their own by planting marijuana and sell to get money instead of depending on the government or godfathers to get employed.
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