Not yet time for 2022 politics, ODM youths tell leaders

Political leaders from across the political divide in the country have been called upon to slow down on the 2022 election politics and focus on pertinent issues affecting the country currently and particularly the youth agenda.

Speaking at a hotel in Nakuru, ODM National youth league through their National chairman John Ketorah said that the handshake between their leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta should form a basis for special untied focus on the pressing needs of the nation.

“Fix the problems that is facing us today before we focus on the future, we can’t be always in election mood”, he said.

Koitamet Ole Kina, one of the NASA Technical and strategy Committee said that the handshake between the two top leaders should not be misconstrued to mean a coalition arrangement or precursor to 2022 elections saying it must help the country to forge forward.

“The handshake is not about helping anybody to spring forward and get easy ride to 2022 elections, we shall still remain the watchdog of the public while Jubilee remains the government party”, he said.

 

 

PHOTO/Pristone Mambili:ODM National youth league chairman John Ketorah addressing press in Nakuru.

 

Martin Gicinga

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