"Conducted an empowerment program of the Siaya Traders Umbrella Organization Sacco in Siaya Market in Alego Usonga Constituency. The program will benefit over 10,000 women in the sacco. We are committed to modernizing this market too."
This is according to vocal and popular Senior Counsel, Prime Minister Raila Odinga's top ally and Senator for Siaya, James Orengo, as he posted it on his twitter hurdle timeline.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This comes amid the 'bottom up economy approach' debate where common citizen is largely addressed by our politicians than before.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This empowerment step to Alego Usonga traders and hustlers by Senator Orengo attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Nice move Senior council, lets empower these hard working women as well as the traders.
*Bottom up! For sure conversation has changed.
*Bottom up economic is real, that's the conversation our Deputy President was championing for. Let's all embrace it.
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