Roots party presidential candidate George Wajakoyah has called out the former prime Minister of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, honorable Raila Odinga for promising to give unemployed Kenyans Ksh. 6k on a monthly basis saying that this can't help in the current economy.
According to the reports given by Wajakoyah, he claimed that it was so unfortunate that the former prime Minister of Kenya is promising to give out this amount of money and yet he allegedly spends millions of money on a monthly basis.
In his own words, Wajakoyah said that he does not feel like this is going to help any Kenyan due to the fact that the amount Is too small for anyone especially with the increasing cost of living in the country.
Additionally, Wajakoyah has called out the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto for promising to give out Wheelbarrows. According to the reports given Wajakoyah, he claimed that this was so unfortunate due to the fact that the deputy president of Kenya is doing this after stealing from kenyans.
"I don't understand how this country works. The deputy president of Kenya Steals from you then he comes and tries to give you a Wheelbarrow. The former prime Minister of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, honorable Raila Odinga is spending millions of money on a monthly basis and yet he wants to give you Ksh. 6k. For what, what can that money do in this country at this state ", he said.
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