New detail have emerged after Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga promise to the youths.
Yesterday while in his tour to the Mount Kenya region, Raila promised the youths that he will give them Ksh 600 monthly salary to sustain them. According to most of Raila's opponents, they have claimed that this promise is just seductive and difficult to achieve.
According to Defender of the constitution Edwa Waswa Kisiangani Kisiangani statement, he has detailed that the fraud of BBI is back again after Raila’s promise to the youth's.
Kisiangani has stated that Raila is lying to youths because he keeps changing each and every time, from BBI to county allocation and now to the youths.
"The fraud of the BBI reggae became manifest again yesterday in Nakuru county when Raila announced his govt would pay each unemployed young person 6K per month. From Reggae to BBI to 35 percent country allocation n now 6k for youth in a struggling economy! Fraud to power sivyo?", Kisiangani stated.
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