Fuming RUTO appeals for help from UDA MPs as Kenyans reject his 2,000 jobs abroad with a monthly salary of Ksh 200,000 – LOOK!


Monday, February 19, 2024 - President William Ruto is still reeling from shock after 2,000 Kenyans failed to apply for jobs abroad paying Ksh200,000 per month.

Speaking during the Joint National Executive Retreat and Parliamentary Group consultative meeting, Naivasha, Nakuru County, Ruto revealed that only 500 Kenyans had applied for nursing jobs recently advised by the Ministry of Labour. 

The Head of State indicated that the government had advertised for 2,500 positions with some attracting up to Ksh200,000 monthly salary.

However, he wondered why most Kenyans had not applied for the opportunities.

Following the low turnout, Ruto directed United Democratic Alliance (UDA) lawmakers to inform their constituents and help the government link Kenyans to jobs abroad.

"An intelligent person will leave here and go do what they must do. 

"You have constituents who will take a lot of offence if they discover that there are opportunities and nobody has come for them," Ruto stated.

"That is not enough, we have a half million of such opportunities. 

"I am trying to set up a system to support you in making sure you have as much information as possible because I have negotiated for many opportunities for Kenyans. 

"I am almost completing an agreement with the German government because they have asked for 200,000 Kenyans in various job opportunities."

"I thought we have so many people looking for jobs in our offices, let us work together and connect them to the opportunities. 

"Please take what I'm telling you seriously. This is not politics. Any serious leader will take what I'm about seriously," Ruto insisted.

However, the leaders asked President Ruto to divide the job opportunities per county. 

The President quickly dismissed the proposal, asking them to inform the people to apply for the jobs through the right channel.

Ruto directed them to help them with the application processes and other documents required.


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