Deputy President William Ruto has revealed why youths are flocking and overcrowding his meetings and rallies.
The second in command who spent his weekend in the coastal region has told his rally attendee in Mombasa that his rally is full because people are jobless.
He noted that is not that youths are enjoying attending rallies, but because they are not employed and idle.
According to DP Ruto, if most youths had jobs to attend to or rather keep them busy, they could not be flocking and crowding in rallies.
"Ukiangalia kwa huu mkutano kuna vijana wengi sana. Sio kupenda kwa kuja kwa mkutano ni kwa vile hawana kazi"......waaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!" the DP is quoted saying.
DP Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga are the two leaders that have been pulling out huge crowds in recent days.
Both have been moving from one county to the other, preaching 2022 politics.
Ruto is now promising to create more jobs if the country votes him, come 2022.
Raila is also promising the same, and a free monthly salary of Sh6000 for those who won't get jobs he will create.
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