Kitui BBI was bereft of youth agenda. It’s a shame! SENATOR TATA
By PATRICK KIMANZI
Straight shooting Kitui politician and Kitui Senatorial candidate Charles Kathingi Nguu has trashed and condemned the recent 4th Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report presented in Kitui last Sartuday.
The politician says the report failed to consider the development cohort on Youth Agenda.
YOUTH RIGHTS: Kitui Senatorial Candidate Charles Kathingi Nguu© PHOTO/PATRICK KIMANZI
Thousands of youths in Kitui are jobless and remain bereft of hope as politicians pour empty rhetoric laced with false promises while dangling the proverbial carrot – year in, year out.
“The Kitui BBI got it all wrong. The report did not consider Kitui youths at all. This is tantamount to betrayal of the highest order.
The Youth Agenda for Kitui County has not been presented on the BBI. Without it, the South Eastern Resolutions (SEKEB) are null and void as far as youth are concerned, added the businessman-turned-politician popularly known as Tata.
“We cannot keep waving at politicians arriving in helicopters while youth and women walk many kilometers with the hope of new social changes only to be told the same old tales of who takes which office.
We are tired of self-centred politicians who are only good in promises and score zero in delivery of services” Tata said speaking to The COUNTY DIARY.
On Moses Kuria and Murkomen fiasco at Kitui BBI, Charles Kathingi said stated as follows
The contents of the BBI promise more political and social cohesion and healing of political chronic wounds to correct past ills but the contrary happened in Kitui for the “Tanga tanga MPS Moses Kuria and Senator Murkomen.
What happened beats the spirit of the BBI document and hence should be condemned in the strongest terms possible.