Kakamega Governor Dr Wycliffe Oparanya speaking during a past meeting. (Photo courtesy).
Kakamega County Governor Hon Dr Wycliffe Oparanya, has thrashed Deputy President Dr William Ruto's political slogan of Kazi Ni Kazi which he is currently propagating ahead of 2022 general elections saying it has no value to Kenyan youths.
Speaking during Azimio la Umoja meeting between the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and a delegate from Turkana County in Lodwar, Oparanya urged the Turkana people to support Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga's presidential bid, in order to avoid Deputy President Dr William Ruto's slogan of Kazi Ni Kazi (meaning a job is a job) which will not help their children in anyway.
Oparanya reminded Turkana people they usually take their children to school in order to get a valuable job which will help them in transforming their lives, not to finish school and be given wheelbarrows as Deputy President Dr William Ruto is telling them that a job is a job. "Sisi huko Western tumeshaamua ni Baba tunapeleka State House, na nimekuja hapa kuona kama pia nyinyi mumeamua. Kila mzazi anapeleka mtoto wake shule ili akimaliza apate kazi ya maana ama wewe unataka mtoto wako amalize shule aende kusukuma wheelbarrow? Eti mtu anakwambia kazi ni kazi." He said.
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