For some time now, Deputy President William Ruto has been actively campaigning for the presidency. In his campaigns, he has used wheelbarrows as his main tool, and for a long time, that strategy appeared to be working until Raila Odinga came out with the Ksh. 6 thousand promise to jobless youths.
Raila Odinga's major promise was explained to the public by Herman Manyora today, bringing DP William Ruto's wheelbarrow nation to its knees. The political expert who was reacting to Edward Kisiang'ani via his official Twitter account claimed that it makes more sense to guarantee cash for the unemployed rather than the promises carried on the bottoms up wheelbarrow.
"It makes logical to guarantee 6000 cash transfers to unemployed people; what doesn't make sense are the hyper-optimistic promises carried on the bottoms-up wheelbarrow." Herman Manyora tweeted.
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