Soy Member of Parliament Hon Caleb Kositany, has slammed Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi for boasting about appointment of youths in his party ahead of 2022 general elections.
In his latest message on Twitter, Mudavadi said that it is time for youths leadership to be embraced in the country and his party ANC is the one which is leading by example in youth empowerment, since he has appointed two young men to be leaders of the party. He claimed that ANC is walking the talk of youths leadership by appointing Simon Gikuru as the party's Secretary General, and Nathaniel Mong'are as the head of ICT and digitisation, membership recruitment and programs.
After this statement, Soy Member of Parliament Hon Caleb Kositany who is a staunch ally to Deputy President Dr William Ruto reacted by slammed Mudavadi for boasting about the appointment of only two youths, while the other 25 million in the country are jobless. Kositany also asked Mudavadi to explain the meaning of now because he had been promised the youths that it is their time to lead the country since 2010, which is shameful for a leader like him to keep on lying the young people.
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