The Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader has today made a grand political rally in President Uhuru Kenyatta's Rural Backyard, Nyahururu town barely twenty four hours since Deputy President William Samoei Ruto stormed the same region.
While speaking to thousands of Nyahururu residents, Right Honourable Raila Odinga made a special announcement to Kenyans on what will be his fundamental focus when he officially steps in the country's top seat, presidency. He told them that matters pertaining payment taxes will be looked upon with utmost importance.
With that, Raila has now promised Kenyans that he will guard their taxes as a strategy of enabling them join more ventures especially in the businesses, technological as well as agricultural sectors.
This announcement has now seemed to have found Kenyans by surprise as they have flocked online to share their excitement over the same. A section of them have expr the their concerns vowing to support him for presidency during 2022 polls.
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