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What Raila Odinga said about Kenya's Economy after meeting ambassador of Japan

Former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga today met with the ambassador of Japan Horie Ryoichi whereby they discussed alot of issues concerning the country's economic empowerment and boost of bilateral relationship between the two countries.

The former Prime minister is known for several political and economical reforms that he has brought since 1980's when he joined active politics. He has been the forefront fighting for the rights of the people through the opposition seat.

During his meeting with ambassador Horie, Raila said that Kenya can learn a lot from the Japanese government who have made it to the top economies in the world.

He urged for the need to prepaire youth for future jobs. Taking to his Facebook account, Raila made it clear that better conditions needs to be created for economic growth. Many Netizens took to his account to share their views based on Raila's statements. Here is a section of their comments on the post.

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