Politics are very funny and surprising at the same time. Many Kenyans have been lured to vote in leaders because of money. However, after voting them in they end up neglecting the citizens of Kenya who voted them in. It is so absurd that money is making many choose the wrong leaders not considering their future generations.
Yesterday Deputy President William Ruto together with his Kenya Kwanza allies visited Nyandarua County to sell his Presidential bid. He was warmly welcomed but the residents were left disappointed after the meeting. One of the residents states that they are tired of leaders who are deceiving innocent citizens in favor of votes.
In a video posted on one of the Facebook writer's accounts, she says they were promised money by some leaders to attend the Kenya Kwanza rally but they didn't get anything. She added that leaders should not deceive Kenyans by promising them money but instead should allow citizens to attend political rallies willingly without any blackmail or deceit.
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