Speaking in Kirinyaga County, Deputy President William Ruto says his agenda is to put ksh100 billion in housing, manufacturing, agro-processing and value addition in a bid to give the millions of jobless youths in Kenya a job.
(Screenshot Courtesy/Citizen TV Kenya/DP Ruto addressing a rally in Kirinyaga County)
According to the Second in Command, availing job opportunities to youths would result in making Kenya a happy place to live in as youths would make something good out of themselves instead of involving themselves into crime activities.
Unexpected to the Dp, his assertions illicited wild reactions from Kenyans having a number of Kenyans claiming they are tired of empty promises while others urged the Dp to put his house (UDA) in order first. Below are few of the comments in screenshots;
@Jb Kapilo~ "Same old story! We are tired of this song. Another one is promising us 6000 per month which iam sure he won't make it happen".
What is your opinion over Dp Ruto's agenda as compared to RT Raila Odinga's 6000 monthly stipend?
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