Kenya Kwanza Alliance released its manifesto to Kenyans on Thursday, June 30.
They did the unveiling during a colorful gathering staged at the Kasarani stadium, the coalition's presidential candidate William Ruto outlined his five-point program for Kenyans.
And now Raila Odinga has spoken on Deputy President William Ruto's manifesto.
Through Azimio Spokeperson Makau Mutua, Raila says DP Ruto manifesto was just a copy paste, which do not address the real Kenyan issues.
The coalition's running mate, Rigathi Gachagua, the ANC party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, the Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi, and Keroche's CEO, Tabitha Karanja, to name a few, were present.
Others were Governor Anne Waiguru (Kirinyaga), Senator Johnson Sakaja of Nairobi, Senator Kithure Kindiki of Tharaka Nithi, Member of Parliament (MP) Ndindi Nyoro of Kiharu, and Member of Parliament (MP) Aden Duale of Garissa Township.
The bottom-up economic concept is reflected in Ruto's "The Plan" manifesto. It addresses MSMEs and Financing, Agriculture and Food Security, Housing and Settlement, Healthcare Access, the Digital Superhighway, and the Creative Economy.
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