Several 2022 Presidential aspirants have been going around the country making several promises and pledges to the youths so that they can vote for them.
However, it seems like these leaders are set to face a huge disappointment as the youths seem to be tired with the empty promises they have been given. Speaking on Citizen TV morning show, Kanu Youth Congress chairperson, Charles Lemain slammed Deputy President William Ruto on his 100 billion promise to youths.
Charles stated: "We need to have very strong policies that will guide the leadership of the country not individuals. I think that is the direction we should take rather than speaking about the promise of 100 billion."
The youths chairperson also went ahead to question why make the same promises which cannot be fulfilled because they have always been in the Government but youths are still struggling.
"Where will you get that 100 billion from? Why are you giving us this cash now and you have been in government? What new thing are you coming to do? The conversation should go a little bit higher in that we should have policies that guide the leadership of the country and not leadership guiding the policies of the country." Lemain concluded.
This is a brilliant argument from the youth leader because the Kenyan youths are tired of being misused and given empty and unrealistic promises.
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