Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga has finally broken the silence on China square row. Raila Odinga commented that if the government is giving offers to investors ito set up a manufacturing plants, then it must start with local manufacturers.
Raila Odinga also shared his remarks on the high cost of living. He said that if the government of Kenya Kwanza doesn't have an idea on how to go about it, then he is ready to take over.
"We know that the cost of living can be lowered. If the government doesn't know how to do that, we can show them. A government has priorities, and for me,.the priority is food. If we are giving offers to investors to set up a manufacturing plants, we have to start with local manufacturers. Taxes must be lowered so that investors don't run away to other countries of dodge paying taxes", Raila Odinga.
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