Otiende Amollo Blasts DP Ruto for ‘Trembling at The Mention of the Word Thief’
By Newroh | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 8 views
Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo has blasted Ruto and his allies for trembling at the mention of the word thief.
Otiende Amollo has claimed that for the “hustler nation” to be so concerned anytime the word is mentioned, it must be that they closely associate with it.
“It is telling that when the word thief is mentioned, hustler nation trembles, I don’t know why,” said Otiende Amollo.
The Rarieda MP also went laughed at DP Ruto and his allies for distribution wheelbarrows for the youth and the disadvantaged instead of pushing legislation that can be captured in the constitution.
“You cannot empower the youth by giving them wheelbarrows or even the disadvantaged by giving them wheelbarrows. If you are truly for that idea, what you’ll be saying is our policy of empowerment is this and this is how we want it captured in the constitution,” he went on.
Otiende Amollo later advised the DP to embrace empowerment tools contained in the constitution and in the BBI instead of investing in wheelbarrows that do not help.
“Giving a wheelbarrow does not empower anyone on the contrary the empowerment tools are contained in the current constitution and the BBI,” Otiende Amollo added.
Otiende was appearing on Citizen TV’s Day Break show on Thursday morning.
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