Raila Odinga has purchased a Laikipia made automobile which are the mode of tuk-tuk Laikipia made cars. This means the cars might moving forward be accepted in our markets as well our roads moving into the future for that's the only way to move Kenya as a country forward.
The automobile was Purchased by Raila Odinga from Sagak tech enterprises. The vehicle is used as a mode of transportation as well can be bought for personal purposes as its clear it's one made in Kenya as well assembled here in Kenya hence buy Kenya build Kenya.
Raila Odinga has been trying to get political inroads into the Mt Kenya region something that confirms of why he is trying to buy this vehicles to boost the economy of this region. However whether his inroads of Odinga will be determined by business persons who are behind him only time will tell.
However it's clear the purchase of the BJ 50 by Raila Odinga just confirms the new model is going to get the purchase by many other leaders as well people as a way of moving the Kenyan economy to the next level. However as we move forward only time will tell of what will unfold moving forward of the BJ 50 model of vehicles from Laikipia.
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