ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has requested his Party leader Raila Odinga to reduce the cost of alcohol once he assumes presidency.
Speaking at Raila's Naivasha tour, the leader claimed that he has talked with the youths and have asked Raila to consider reducing prices of three items once he gets on power; floor, fuel and alcohol. According to him, life is hard and the youths need to drink alcohol (@01:36).
Addressing the rally, Raila Odinga on his side promised to initiate a welfare kitty which will have the unemployed receive a monthly stipend of Kshs 6,000 from the government. He furry added that the young people who are unemployed despite completing their studies will be financially assisted to open their own businesses.
Other leaders who were in his convoy include Nakuru County Governor Lee Kinyanjui, Suna East MP Junet Mohammed, and Peter Kenneth. They all beat drums in support of his Presidential bid urging Kenyans to rally behind Odinga adding that he is alert and full of potential.
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