ODM Presidential aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi has rubbished a proposal made by Raila Odinga to give Ksh6,000 monthly to jobless youths as well as impoverished families if elected as the fifth President of the republic in next year's general elections.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Wanjigi argues that Kenya would spend Ksh300 billion every year to implement Raila’s proposal which is not economically possible for a nation that's already struggling to pay debts.
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This has dealt Raila Odinga yet another big blow as he capitalized on that pledge to harvest votes from millions of unemployed youths.
Wanjigi's bold remarks attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Pure truth from well informed leader, Jimi Wanjigi, the promise is not practical with our current status of economy.
*Tell us about a better alternative for the millions of unemployed youths and leave Raila Odinga's proposal alone.
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