Deputy President remains unhappy man after Kenyans scolded his desire to create 4 million jobs in his first year of presidency as they allegedly unveiled worrying details to him.
Ruto, while addressing large gatherings in Nakuru, vowed to create an extra 4 million jobs for unemployed citizens. Since, Ruto has been pleading to Kenyans to test his presidency, citing that they will enjoy it. "I will create 4 million jobs in my first year of presidency
Ruto during the Madaraka celebration in Wanguru stadium, Kirinyaga county, promised Uhuru that his legacy will not be left if he wins the presidency. Ruto told Uhuru that through the bottom up model, he would ensure the big 4 agenda that was to create millions of jobs would find its place in his government.
However, Kenyans have appeared to disagree with the second in command over his pledge to create jobs.
Here are some of the reactions captured by the opera news writer.
Reneissance Man: The longer the explanation the bigger the lie. Ruto's explanations are usually long, wordy and winded. I don't understand how someone can tell so many lies and feel bothered about it.
John Ogola: Shall that be before or after Kamariny Stadium in W. Pokot is complete?
Maurice Abondo: @WilliamsRuto specifically how will these Jobs be created? What actions will your Government take to support the Private Sector create 4m Jobs in 12 Months?
Without specifics, this is just a Campaign Gimmick just like in 2013 and 2017.
Tellaman: In 2013 it was 1 million jobs , In 2022 he has decided to raise the PR to the next level, 4 million non-existing jobs. Hehe.
David Jnr: But you are present vice president, how many jobs have you created so far my friend ? ( i follow back ) https://t.co/JIys1CL0ci
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