The Tongaren Member of Parliment (David Simiyu has supported Musalia Mudavadi that the main problem facing this country is theft.
While speaking to one of the famous television stations in Kenya, Honourable Simiyu stated that the youth in the region do not understand the bottom up approach in anyway. Simiyu stated that the youths clap for the sake of clapping "When someone tells them (young people) about bottom-up, trickle-down, they just clap but the main problem of this country is theft,"- MP Eseli Simiyu
In his statement, he stated that the problems Kenyan is facing started from long time ago.
He further went a head to state that the Tycoons are the people who affect the results in the elections. To him Tycoons associates themselves with the winning sides of the country. In this he supported the Kisii Deputy governor
"Rich people want to be part and parcel in who becomes the next President. In Kenya today, I don't know one rich man who has come in without working with the government,"- Kisii DG Joash Maangi stated.
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