With the clock ticking towards next year's polls, politicians have begun to launch their various manifestos as they seek to attract more votes from Kenyans.
While DP Ruto has already unveiled his Bottom Up Approach which he says will be aimed at uplifting the poor, Former Prime Minister whom many believe will be Ruto's competitor has not declared his candidature.
Raila has been promising to declare his candidature soon leaving many Kenyans guessing on whether he will be on the ballot or not.
Yesterday, Raila however hinted that he might be on the ballot when be issued a fresh promise to Kenyans on what he intends to do for them should he be elected.
Speaking in Naivasha, the Former Prime Minister has now promised to pay each unemployed Kenyan some monthly stipend should he ascend to the house on the Hill.
According to Raila, his government will be disbursing 6,000 every month to the unemployed.
Raila has gone further and revealed that his government will be a social welfare type of government that will be interested at the welfare of common Kenyans.
Click here to watch the video of Raila promising Ksh 6,000 to every unemployed youth in the country.
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