As the country heads to the next general election, many Kenyans have been anticipating that the presidential race will be a two horse race between Raila Odinga and William Ruto. The two leaders have been campaigning seriously for the last few days especially in Mt. Kenya region thus making it difficult for anyone to chose the better candidate.
Although both Ruto and Raila have been using all ways possible to lure the people to support them, today things were a little bit different. Raila Odinga left DP Ruto flat-footed as he came up with a game changer that may win him many votes.
According to reports, the former Prime Minister while speaking to residents in Naivasha assured the people that he will create many job opportunities in the country and for those that won't be employed, he promised them a monthly stipend of Ksh 6,000 each.
"Raila 2022 mission: ODM leader promises to revive economy if he wins polls. Raila says his gov’t would pay jobless Kenyans monthly stipend." Tweeted Citizen TV Kenya.
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