Dr. William Ruto, the presidential candidate for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, released his manifesto on Thursday evening. It was determined that the document presented by his opponent under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, the Honorable Raila Amollo Odinga, contained significant discrepancies.
Listed below are some significant parallels between their manifestos.
Ruto proposes the national opening of universities to expand access and lower costs, while Raila offers free education through universities.
Ruto offers a fully publically financed primary health care and universal health insurance system, whilst Raila guarantees universal access to Baba care.
Raila says that all jobless trained teachers will receive employment, whereas Ruto proposes to eliminate the teacher shortage within two fiscal years.
Raila vows to enhance the county's allocation to 35 percent, while Ruto pledges to transfer all constitutionally designated devolved tasks.
Raila proposes a monthly stipend of Ksh 6,000 for 2 million needy families, while Ruto pledges to reform cash transfer programs for the elderly and poor households.
Who do you believe has a strong and practical manifesto?
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