Senior Counsel, a lawyer closely affiliated to Deputy President William Ruto has referred to ODM Leader Raila Odinga as a leader who is absolutely clueless and does not know what he is saying.
Via his Twitter handle, Grand Mullah(Nickname) was more than surprised after he heard information that Baba who is aspiring to be the next 5th President of Kenya promising youth that when he takes charge of this country, every unemployed youth will be receiving Ksh 6000 monthly upkeep.
GM said with the 10 million unemployed youth, the amount of money that will be spent is very huge since perhaps the economy of the country is falling. He said that Raila has no concrete and implementable ideas on how he will run the country if elected and people including the Mt Kenya Foundation and H.E Uhuru should be able to see this as early as now.
Ahmednassir’s response to Raila Odinga’s suggestion evoked mixed reactions from Kenyans on Twitter as depicted below on screenshots.
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