He is a prominent professor in the country, widely known for his analysis of politics in various angles, and majorly painted as a 'baba' supporter.
Herman Manyora is his name. He has today talked on a number of varied issues touching the ODM boss while hosted by Sam Gituku on Citizen TV.
A little reminder about the latest campaign trail on the part of former premier.
Mr. Odinga has recently stated/launched an initiative which seeks to include all the Kenyan households with a monthly figure of ksh6000, if they are unemployed, meaning there are those locked out of this scheme since they earn something from the government kitty.
While speaking to Nyahururu residents, the former Roads minister has reassured the residents that by his very own admission of a team of well experienced economists and other stakeholders in his company, have admitted that it is possible and much more realistic.
Manyora on the other hand, has not only lauded such a move, but also praised the PM for being a great idealistic person.
He has even suggested that the figure the ODM party leader is proposing, to be increased to ksh 20000, saying that the nation can sustain that amount, that if we lose 2 billion a day through corruption, what of saving it and increasing such amounts to households.
He has advised him, to work on messaging these ideas he possess so as the people understand and work with him.
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