The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Youth Urged to Shun Handouts

BUTERE YOUTH in Butere have been advised to shun politicians who engage in petty issues instead of progressive politics.

A parliamentary aspirant for Butere parliamentary seat Julius Matendechere alias Masero Mayia advised the youth to reject politicians who give them handouts, alcohol and drugs to use them to spoil rallies of their opponents."Our young boys have lacked morals and opted to follow negative advice and influence.

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