As the clock ticks towards 2022,many political leaders have continued to embrace the voters with multiple promises as they aspire to run for various political seats in the coming general election.
The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga has been on the headline after promising the youth that he will offer them with guarantee pay of Ksh 6,000 each month once elected into presidential office next year.
While addressing Nakuru Residents last week where he enjoyed support from the residence who turned at his meeting in large number.
Today, ANC Party leader came out publicly to Criticize Raila's promises to the youth Citing that its unrealistic. He said, " how do you fund it. You are making promises, how will you fund them. When you start doing the numbers, how do you fund that? I will tell you the truth, donors will not come in to support you fund such programme."
In a post shared by Tuko news on Facebook about the same, many netizens shared their views.
Here are some of their comments.
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