Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

New Kilifi ODM Chairman Teddy Mwambire Puts Ruto on The Spot For Promising Youths Jobs Come 2022

The new Chairman of the ODM party in Kilifi County who took over from Governor Amason Kingi, Teddy Mwambire has criticized Deputy President William Ruto for failing to put in to action the strategies he has been popularizing about uplifting the lives of Kenyan youths and citizens in general.

Mwambire argued that if Ruto cannot be able to bring on board the visions of the youth to the Jubilee government during the remaining 10 months before elections, then he should not be voted for come 2022.

Speaking with TV 47 on Monday evening Mwambire argued that Ruto is to blame for the many jobs the Jubilee administration announced.

"The Deputy President should be taking full responsibility of the youth issue. There is no way he can say that he will deliver jobs to youths when he becomes president in 2022. We should be at 60 per cent of what he promised, the president never promised even if he was there it is Ruto who read the manifesto," said Mwambire.

"If there are new technics that he feels he can show, let him do it now, because 50 per cent of the Jubilee government belongs to him, there is no need of waiting until next year, and if he cannot demonstrate, then we cannot vote such a person," added Mwambire.

Content created and supplied by: @Milly (via Opera News )

Kilifi County Mwambire ODM Ruto William Ruto


Load app to read more comments