Kalenjin Leader Buzeki Pokes Holes On The Wheelbarrow Narrative
By MASKANI_NEWS | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Former candidate for the Uasin Ngishu gubernatorial seat Bundotich Buzeki has once again poked holes into the wheelbarrow narrative which is being propagated by Deputy President William Ruto and his allies. He claimed that this is not the solution to the challenges currently facing Kenyans in the country today.
Buzeki who is a strong critic of Deputy president William Ruto, reiterated that there is so much that can be done to empower the young people of this country that to offer them with wheelbarrows. He wondered how many wheelbarrows will be required to give every young person if that is the solution.
He urged Kenyans to choose wisely what they want and not to be excited with cheap rhetoric from politicians who have perfected the act of manipulating Kenyans. He advised that instead of giving a five thousand wheelbarrow why not use the money to buy two bags of fertilizers that can be used on a two acre farm.
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