In what I may call sarcasm, the ODM Chief, RT. Raila Odinga has once again pointed fingers to the Second in Command, His Excellency William Ruto as he drops another crucial announcement that specifically addresses the problems facing youths across the country.
Raila has now disclosed to the youths that he has indeed listened, heard and up to this moment, he has grasped the actual challenges they are facing in the country. He has vowed never to let them down whatsoever as he will develop strategies of solving their challeges especially when he ascends to State House after 2022 elections if possible.
At the same time, he has bashed Deputy President William Ruto's philosophy that was introduced back in 2017 where he promised Kenyans that he will provide laptops to all schools across the country, build stadiums and provide millions of jobs to the youths.
Following the fact that the aforementioned agendas have not been fully achieved so far, Raila Odinga may have taken it as an advantage to attack Dr Ruto and win endorsement from Kenyans.
See how Kenyans have reacted below:
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