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Raila Assures Kenyans Of His Possible Plans.

The former Prime minister and ODM party leader Raila Odinga who was in Nairobi kamkunji area and Burma grounds for voters registration sensitization exercise stood to defend his plans for that he has for the youths of Kenya.

The huge crowds made a turnout to accompany Raila in the same activity. As he was mobilizing people to register as voters, while he emphasized on the youths to come out and register to vote their leaders in the coming elections.

Raila assured Kenyans on his plans for transforming the the lives of the poor and low earnings Kenyans to a better place. Raila's promises and manifestos seems to be attracting many youths for they see that they are much considered by the plans.

As things are currently, Raila stands a better position of winning the elections if things will go as they are. In addition to his new policies that are making the youths and jobless Kenyans to become more nervous about the change that will be made in their lives by the ODM Leader Raila Odinga if he becomes the president.

Today he assured the Kenyans that his plans are very possible. "I will give youths loans to start their businesses.The jobless youth who have no regular income will be given Ksh6,000 monthly. Some people have said that this is not possible, but I want to declare here that is very possible,” he said.

“I have come here to announce, because I know there is an economic depression prompted by the Covid-19 pandemic. I know that the cost of living has shot up, prices of commodities have hit the ceiling. I promise you better days by transforming our economy. I will focus on the downtrodden and SMEs,” he added.

This is going to make many kenyans to go on Baba's side Ahead Of the 2022 Polls. Share your views via comments and share this with your friends to see what they think about this.

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