Popular political analyst Herman Manyora has already had his say on the Manifesto launched by Raila Odinga, DP Ruto and Roots party aspirant George Wajakoyah last month. He singled out a presidential candidate in August race whose manifesto he claims is synonymous with the word billions and it will be a hard nut to crack during the implementation.
Manyora took a swing at this leader's manifesto while having a live interview on K24 news channel. After comparing and contrasting the agendas of the three presidential competitors, he singles out Kenya Kwanza Manifesto as over ambitious can not be implemented unless someone checks on graft. This is after the coalition shared it to the citizens late last month.
Speaking with K24, Manyora said."With all those beautiful things in the Kenya Kwanza manifesto, where will you get the money to implement it? That manifesto was synonymous with the word 'billions.' You cannot implement that manifesto unless you check on graft."
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