President William Ruto has been given one month to bring back the famous Kaazi mtaani, an initiative that was brought by former President Uhuru Kenyatta to help low income earners especially the youths residing in urban areas.
President William Ruto in a past function. Photo/Courtesy.
Bunge La Wananchi President Calvin Okoth Gaucho while addressing the media accused Ruto of hypocrisy stating that he had claimed to be the chief Hustlers during campaigns but after taking power he Abolished the initiative that was a source of income to many.
Gaucho demanded that the president should bring back the initiative within a month arguing that the suspension of the initiative is to be blamed for the increased insecurity being witnessed in the country especially in Nairobi City.
He defended the youth involved in muggings and pickpocketing claiming that economic situations pushes them to do such. According to him the individuals are only looking for food and rent.
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