ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has discouraged the youths from falling prey to political leaders who are giving them false hopes just for their own selfish gains of getting into power. He spoke about this at Swahili port in Mombasa county during a youth meeting last Sunday.
The Cabinet Secretary compared the political leaders to the colonialists who used the Bible and guns to take away African's wealth. Mucheru was accompanied by the Governor of Mombasa county Hassan Joho who also backed up the Cabinet Secretary by saying that Kenyans were not consulted about the bottom- up economic model is an idea that was pushed down their throats and it was meant to confuse the youths.
The Cabinet Secretary advised Kenyans to stay alert and avoid being lied to for the second time as the 2022 elections campaigns begin. He noted that the disadvantaged , youths and the poor masses are likely to be lured through false promises by the politicians.
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