Residents of Eldoret Town, where President William Ruto is from, have denounced him for defrauding them regarding the selection of Chief Administrative Secretaries (CASs) and for telling them during the campaigns that his administration would be one of con artists.
Where the young people will be a part of his administration, but the president has left them out even on the CASs positions that are intended to mentor young leaders.
Residents of Eldoret town spoke to Nation Newspaper today and slammed President William Ruto for defrauding them by falsely promising to include them in his government while neglecting them in favor of his closest political allies.
In addition, as soon as he finished taking the presidential oath, he vowed to lower living expenses. However, as of right now, nothing has changed, and the price of food continues to rise daily.
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