Kenya is at its peak of campaigns, leaders are burning midnight oil to ensure they secure their political ambitions, surprisingly drums of peace and harmony is not louder as was expected.Churches are to be blamed.
Deputy president has today landed on hands of angry Kenyans who are not pleased by his early campaigns and promises,as they term them as fake promises that will only favor his political ambition.
On Dp Ruto's statement he highlighted how he hosted vibrant women and youths where they managed talk about how they can well develop and make a productive nation.
"At the heart of hustlers Nation's transformation agenda is an army of vibrant and enterprising women and youths who for many years have been disenfranchised from engaging in productive and meaningful development of our country."
These sentiments were furiously reacted upon by angry netizen who thought it was unnecessary for deputy president to hold early campaigns with fake promises."endelea Kudanganya Wajinga.."
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