According to Raila development of our rural areas and support of skills acquisition will enable us to make our own products. "I have accepted that challenge and I will highlight the skills and products that with just a little support, would lead to purely home grown MADE IN KENYA products right from rural Kenya. Today I will pick what just one county has that we could develop. The county of Kwale," said Raila.
It seems netizens are happy with his statement and they could not keep calm. Maina, " Well said,going forward,let us empower locals by reducing taxes and refusing corruption." Karoki, "You joined the government and you are part of the government. If this is what you are promising to do when you form the next government we could understand you."
Collins, "Raila is the pioneer of good fruits we are enjoying now in Kenya. We can't archive this if we elect leaders who have no spirit of this nation. Ruto has been talking about bottom up economy,yet he is second in command. I really appreciate buy Kenya build Kenya narrative."
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