According to Wajakoyah's information, he pleaded for Kenyans to vote for him in the approaching general elections, pledging to help them by paying off all of the country's debts and lowering the rising cost of living.
The well-known candidate for president also criticized Raila Odinga, a former Kenyan prime minister and leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party, for making promises that would not benefit Kenyans. Wajakoyah views ksh 6000 as a modest amount of money.
Kenyans who responded to this incident by using their various social media accounts to voice their opinions and recommendations have advised the renowned presidential candidates to focus on improving themselves rather than attacking one another in the run-up to the upcoming general elections, which are scheduled to take place in a few months.
The majority of Kenyans appear to find it sad that these MPs are currently engaged in other projects, despite the fact that the nation is gearing up for general elections and many Kenyans are already struggling financially as a result of rising living expenses.
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