On Wednesday, September 28, former prime minister Raila Odinga organized a global conference to examine the Grand Inga Dam project, a proposed Sh9.65 trillion hydroelectric scheme. As he began his new international job, Raila, who also serves as the High Representative of the African Union, addressed a number of heads of state. Raila suggested at the conference that the Inga Dam project shouldn't be carried out purely for the advantage of the DRC. According to Odinga, the dam gave Africa a fantastic opportunity to use its own natural resources.
The Azimio leader also urged all African nations to contribute and ensure that the dam project is completed.
"We need to figure out how to add value to the basic materials and, in particular, deal with the problem. Only a few hours ago, Raila Amolo Odinga, the leader of the Azimio party, revealed that the new government of William Ruto would ensure that all outstanding projects were completed. Raila made the announcement after newly elected President William Ruto addressed his new cabinet at State House yesterday, as some leaders were surprised that their names were not included on the list.
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