Speaking on an interview on Citizen Television on Tuesday night, the head of state has criticised political leaders allegedly giving handouts to youthful Kenyans reiterating that Kenyan youths needs job opportunities and not petty handouts issued by political leaders in the country.
Seemingly hitting out at his deputy William Ruto, the president claimed that they cannot expect the youths to be who they are if they are not providing infrastructural development and opportunities for the youths who he believes are creative and skilled to contribute immensely the development and creation of jobs in the country.
The castigation is coming at a time when the deputy president has intensified 2022 elections campaigns meeting different lobby groups at his Karen home in Nairobi. President Uhuru further threw jibes at Ruto saying it is unfortunate that he takes credit for the gains and progresses made by the government while on different occasions also criticising the the failures of the government that he is currently serving as the deputy president.
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