Daughter to Azimio Presidential Candidate Raila Odinga has explained how his father plans to divide the Budget allocations into two halfs and settle the National debt which is overburdening Kenyans, as new details emerge.
Working as a Private secretary for Raila Odinga, Winnie Odinga has explained that the "Azimio manifesto is consumption heavy since a half of the budget is going on social protection, universal healthcare, and provision of free university education."
Adding that the other half of the budget allocation will be channeled to the creation of alternative sources of income to settle the plight of youths such as unemployment and spur economic growth.
According to Winnie Odinga, she believes that the country through Raila Odinga's Presidency has the potential of producing its own branded products as opposed to exporting raw materials a procedure that will see the country have enough money to pay even the debts and reduce the tax burden on Kenyans.
"With enough money, the government will be able to repay foreign debts and reduce taxation pressure on Kenyans," Winnie has said.
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