On Monday 27th september, ODM party leader Raila Odinga expressed his plans for the private sector. He posted his plans on his twitter account while assuring Kenyans that whoever thinks something is impossible is a hindrance to development.
Among his plans, Raila Odinga aims to level the playing field such that large and medium- sized companies do not prosper while small ones, which could be future of Kenya, struggle.
Also, Raila pointed out that he will offer aggressive support to the private sector by introducing tax breaks, tariff exemptions and preferential access to imported inputs required for production of exports.
He also expressed his intention to build a functional body dedicated to long term planning of international trade, awarding excellent exporters and mapping out plans to increase their share in Africa and World market.
Additionally, he assured Kenyans that he will continue investing in education, R&D, efficient bureocracies and financial support systems that will favour the private sector.
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