RUTO’s empty promises exposed - The land where he launched affordable housing in Bungoma remains empty a year later, despite promising that the project will start in a few weeks (VIDEO).

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 - Last year, President William Ruto visited Bungoma County for a development tour and launched the affordable housing project, which he promised would offer job opportunities to the local youth.

Ruto said his government was committed to constructing 20,000 houses in Bungoma, adding that the project will offer employment opportunities to about 40,000 youths in the county.

“As we are dealing with the program of affordable housing, we want to commit to constructing 20,000 affordable houses in Bungoma, those 20,000 houses will require approximately 30,000 to 40,000 youths to work on the project here,” Ruto said during the launch.

It is now emerging that the head of state was issuing an empty promise to the residents.

A resident of Bungoma visited the land where the affordable housing project was launched by Ruto and found out that the project had not started.

The land has been abandoned and the construction equipment that was brought to the venue during the launch taken away.

Watch the video.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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