Boni Khalwale is the former Senator of Kakamega County. He is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto. He has been holding rallies trying to entice people to support his bid for the gubernatorial seat.
Today he has taken to his Twitter account to indicate that he will unlock the economic potential of Kakamega County as the second governor. He went ahead said that he is going to create thousands of jobs in diverse economic sectors in Agriculture, Manufacturing, Gold mining and Tourism.
People have reacted differently concerning Khalwale's remarks.
Jotha Anzia @AnziaEugene. These are just beautiful political statements to hoodwink people. Remember these kinds of promises have been pledged before to our grandparents, parents and now me.
Tapeli Sudi @Bcollapsed. Are you seeing the comments? Wewe umeanguka tayari(You have failed already).
In my view, politicians should fulfil their promises when they win their positions. But most of them forget about them after elections.
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