Former prime minister Rt Raila Odinga will be addressing students at the University of Nairobi later today. Raila's meeting with the university students came a day after Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) gave a heartbreaking message to fresh students.
ODM party leader, right man, Dikembe Dikembe, confirmed that Raila would be virtually interacting with students from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm.
Raila's main agenda at University virtual address will revolve around the diversity of modern politics in third world countries and developed countries at large.
Mr Odinga will thereby be expected to sell his manifestos to the university students as he looks to run for the presidency next general polls, 2022.
Lastly, as a vocal leader, a former PM may give clear information released by HELB yesterday. The loan board announced that they would offer upkeep money to freshmen and women admitted to various universities in the first semester.
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