The multi-billionaire business man, Jimmy Wanjigi is expected to take a four days tour in Nyanza to popularize his candidature in Orange Democratic Movement ticket.
During his visit to the Coast region on Sunday 3rd of October, 2021 he attended the PCEA Church Makupa Parish in Mombasa.
According to the sources, the tycoon urged the former Prime Minister, Mr. Raila Odinga to decline the increment of the debt bill by 3 trillion from 9 trillion to 12 trillion. He added that the current ODM Boss should rally the Members of Parliament to refuse this Bill proposal at the parliament.
According to Mr. Wanjigi, the government is not supposed to be allowed to borrow more money since it will create a very huge burden to the Kenyan citizens.
Nevertheless, Jimmy urged Baba to use the Handshake initiative to help the Coast with control of the freight service on the Standard Gauge Railway for employment opportunities and easier cargo transport to boost the Coast economy.
Finally, the business man urged Raila to tell the President to reduce the cost of petroleum since it is affecting many Kenyans.
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