ODM party Leader Rt Hon Raila Odinga today led his political camp to Kamkunji grounds to sensitize Kenyans on the need to register as voters in the ongoing exercise. In his company was among others ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna and former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth.
In his address to the constituents, the secretary general Sifuna asked his party boss to consult with his handshake partner president Uhuru so that the government can lift the curfew imposed in bid to fight the spreading of the corona pandemic.
The crowd could not hide their joy when the youthful Raila's close confidant asked for a reduction in the prices of liquor to allow Kenyans to party, "piga sherehe" as commonly referred to by many Kenyans.
The former Prime Minister reiterated that should he ascend to power after the coming elections, then his government will pay ksh. 6,000 monthly stipend to the unemployed youths and the vulnerable members of the society living in the informal settlements across Nairobi.
Raila consequently assured his supporters that he will waive the academic loans (helb). He expressed that his government will offer training to the youths and start various women empowerment programs. He equally pointed out that unlike the past two liberations which focused on political changes, the third liberation will be anchored on economic revolution.
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