By Mercy Brown

Kakamega County Senator, Boni Khalwale, has urged President William Ruto to take concrete steps to address the demands of the country’s youth, including releasing his appointees who have lost the trust of the people. Khalwale made the remarks at a meeting in Ikolomani, where he emphasized that the time had come for the President to listen to the concerns of the youth and take decisive action to prevent chaos and unrest that has been witnessed in some African countries where leaders have ignored the demands of their people.

Khalwale’s call comes just days after Lurambi MP Titus Khamala urged young people to seek alternative means of expressing their grievances, warning that their current methods were not yielding any tangible results. The Senator echoed Khamala’s sentiments, urging the government to take heed of the youth’s demands and address their concerns.

The Senator expressed concern that if the government fails to address the youth’s grievances, it may lead to social and economic instability in the country. He urged President Ruto to use his powers to release his appointees who have lost the trust of the people and create an environment conducive for dialogue and peaceful coexistence.

Khalwale further emphasized that it is high time for the government to listen to the concerns of the youth, who are frustrated with the current state of affairs in the country. He noted that ignoring their demands will only exacerbate the situation and lead to further unrest.

The Senator’s remarks come at a time when Kenya is grappling with various challenges, including high unemployment rates, corruption, and political tensions. Many young people are feeling disillusioned with the government’s response to their concerns and are seeking alternative means of expression.

Khalwale’s call is a clear indication that there is growing discontent among Kenyans, particularly the youth, with the government’s performance. The Senator is urging President Ruto to take bold steps to address these concerns and restore trust between the government and its citizens.

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