The deputy president William Ruto today met leaders from the county of Nairobi where they discussed various things which are affecting young youth in the country. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto discussed issues with the leaders from Nairobi county where they agreed to work together so that to come up with the best solution.
The leaders who were present includes the Langa'ata member of parliament Hon Nixon Korir, Hon Millicent Omanga from Nairobi, former Starehe member of parliament Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, John Kiarie who is the member of parliament of Dagoreti South among others. The leaders discussed various issues of creating jobs to the young youth who are facing alot of challenges whole looking for income. The deputy president William Ruto urged the leaders to work together so that to make our country a better place to live.
Despite that, he encouraged the leaders to support him in the next general election which is planned to happen on August next year. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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