In his continued series of political engagements with Kenyans to sensitize Kenyans on the need to register as voters, the Rt Hon Raila Odinga has today taken his tour to Kamkunji grounds flanked by other top political figures who support his Azimio la Umoja.
As usual, the ODM party chief has reaffirmed the constituents that should he ascend to power, then his government will give training to the youths and facilitate them in setting up their own ventures. He subsequently assured them that he will pay 6,000 monthly stipend to those who will be unemployed and the poor living in urban centres.
Additionally, the AU Special Envoy for Infrastructure has assured Kenyans that the third liberation will be about economic revolution unlike the last two which focused more on political changes. Also to note, Raila has promised to write off all the debts accrued in terms of Helb loan.
The youthful ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna on the other hand asked his party boss to spearhead discussion on uplifting the curfew which was imposed to slow down the rate of corona pandemic spreading. He equally asked Hon Raila to advocate for reduction on prices of liquor.
The former Prime Minister was accompanied by among other leaders; Former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, National Assembly Minority whip Mohammed Junet and a number of parliamentarians.
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