Currently Raila is discussing very important points of how his government if he will be elected by Kenyans is going to solve job problems which is affecting millions of Kenyans.
Raila has left meeting members who attended the meeting to a big laugh after saying that youths of nowadays are claiming that they are dot come without knowing what is the meaning of dot coms saying that China will tell them what dot com means.
This seems to be so funny that left the business men and some important leaders in the meeting laughing loudly.
According to Raila he is going to change Kenya totally because he is knowing the challenges Kenyans are facing.
"I will make this country grow greatly in terms of development, creating job opportunities, better infrastructure, investments and helping youths advance greatly in technologyy", Raila said.
He say that Handshake was the only solution of bringing the people of Kenya together where a country will have peace and Unity.
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