What Are "Your Leaders" Saying Out There?

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Uyo Omari kuna kaukweli apo

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Ruto has my vote 2027. We must complete the journey. It’s funny that the sons are Mount Kenya are now labeled Mungiki, yet exactly 1 year ago they were known as mutu ya boda boda. Nabii recently toured central where he gave them folk tales and they clapped, while some adored him, for he is their chosen leader. He knows what he’s doing after all. For instance, He wants loans from the US&A to be credited into the kenyan exchequer in Indian rupees.


Mt Kenya this Mt Kenya that

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I’m sure you agree with Ndii up there… :grinning:


We cannot avoid the truth, even when it is not what we want to hear or express.
Badala ya kujam, do what Imanyara was told to do, face Mount Kirinyaga


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Assmio chieth critics munasumbua. We have one plan and We are fixing the handshake.

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Public Service CS Moses Kuria is looking forward to deploying 1 million National Youth Service (NYS) officers to fill up jobs President William Ruto secured abroad.

Kuria, on Monday, stated the servicemen will be deployed across various countries over the next 12 months.

Kenya already sent its first batch of 40 NYS officers to the UK for readily available jobs.

''We will also target to deploy at least 1 million past, current, and future NYS service men and women for already negotiated jobs abroad," said Kuria via his social media pages.

Moses Kuria inspecting a guard of honour at the NYS Headquarters on October 25, 2023

The CS reiterated that NYS will target employment for youths both nationally and internationally as one of its reform mandates.

Furthermore, they will deploy the servicemen to carry out a wide range of civil works and climate mitigations in partnership with county governments.

In addition, they will also work hand in hand with state departments and state corporations to secure jobs for the NYS youths.

Speaking during the 87th NYS recruits pass-out parade held in Gilgil on December 8, Kuria said NYS was at the forefront of facilitating the employment of its graduates for jobs across the world.

President Ruto ordered NYS to increase the number of recruits form 20,000 to 40,000 per year to increase the employment rate among the youths.

“I will look for job opportunities for our youths, anywhere there are jobs. I will take them there as long as the jobs don’t involve the use of drugs,” Ruto stated.

He also directed Kenyans eyeing the jobs he secured abroad to join NYS before deployment.

“Already we are concluding negotiations with Germany, Saudi Arabia, and 8 other countries on the export of labour, and NYS will be the central organisation for redeployment training so that Kenyans understand what they need to do for work as labour that is exported,” he ordered.

His plan to seek jobs outside Kenya, however, has sparked uproar, with the opposition criticising him for encouraging brain drain.

However, Ruto insisted that his trips abroad were successful in uplifting the economy and securing jobs for Kenyans.

“Would you rather I sit in Nairobi and watch Kenya burn or go to America? Would you rather I don’t travel or go to South Korea to sort out the problems of electricity and power transmission? I can account for every shilling I have spent on my travels,” he defended himself.


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Milton Micheni
You and others who have enjoyed goodies together will thank him.

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Thousands of people thronged the President’s residence for the free Christmas gifts, some arriving as early as 4:00 am.


In a viral video, Ruto’s neighbors drawn from Uasin Gishu and Kakamega counties were queuing as early as 4:00 am to receive the goodies.

“Citizens lining up for relief food one week after their favorite God-chosen minister said they can’t put food on everyone’s table because Kenya is not an autocracy,” Gabriel Oguda joked.

“This Robin Hood culture is metamorphosing into humiliation and indignity, elected leaders must get away to make every homestead food secure. Hunger has no shame !!” Former Uasin Gishu County Governor aspirant Bundotich Zedekiah Kiprop lamented.

State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed slammed Kenyans for criticizing President William Ruto’s Christmas gift to his neighbors in Sugoi, Uasin Gishu County.