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Raila Odinga Top Five Agenda To Save Kenya From Great Depression

Raila Odinga together with Martha Karua have come out clearly during an interview with journalists from Citizen tv, K24, KBC and other radio stations let the public know that, they are not part of Jubilee government whatsoever. Speaking to journalists in Karen, Raila said that, he only gives advice to the government which it may wish to consider or not.

However, Raila clearly explained to the public where the six thousands shilling will come from during his tenure. He said that, over time, revenue has been lost and the culprits are the revenue collectors,individuals working in various ministries who collude to earn tenders for themselves.

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This is over two billions which Raila believe that, if the loophole is sealed, then the stimulus package will successfully work. Focusing on what the government never accomplished he said that, he will focus on education, particularly Tvets which will see more youth and Kenyans employed.

To add on this, they said that, they will create a favorable a environment to attract investors. Giving more hope for kenyans, Raila said that, his government will create industrial parks from the coast region, all the way to the Western Region of the country. This is one of their initiative to come up with more job opportunities for the citizens.

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More important to the women in the Country, the gender rule will be a priority in Raila government. This has been dragging for far too long and now, the green light will be a reality in this government where the women will fully be involved in the running of government.

On top of this, "Baba" care will ensure that Kenyans afford medical costs. That no kenyan will need to travel outside the country to seek medical care. Martha Karua on the other hand said that, corruption in the medical sector will be dealt with accordingly. That the public hospitals will offer quality health services to avoid and force private hospitals from charging citizens exorbitantly.

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