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Raila: The youth Are Educated, They Don't Need Wheelbarrows

ODM leader Raila Odinga still believes his memorandum of guaranteeing youths and the unemployed Sh6,000 monthly stands a chance of winning. He has guarded his social assurance program which will see helpless families get Sh6,000 month to month allowance if he succeeds President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying whenever chose, he will carry out it right away. 

Tending to a visit rally at Njabini when he visited Nyandarua region on Saturday, to lobby for his 2022 State House bid, Raila said he knew where the cash was and that his promise was an obligation he owes Kenyans. "My rivals say it is a vacant guarantee intended to dupe Kenyans to back my candidature, I need to let you know this is an obligation that I will satisfy whenever chose," he said. 

Raila compared the Sh6,000 payment guarantee to the free essential schooling Narc group under President Mwai Kibaki and him guaranteed Kenyans in front of the 2002 General Election which they executed. "At the point when Kibaki and I guaranteed free essential instruction in 2002, there were numerous cynics, however when we framed government, we conveyed the guarantee," he said. 

Raila hit out at Deputy President William Ruto's work cart legislative issues saying it will make schooling inane. "Teaching a youngster from nursery to college isn't a joke, however it is miserable that after all that costs, your kid is offered a push cart, it isn't reasonable," he said, adding that youngsters merit better positions after school. 

He said the public authority siphons large chunk of change into the instruction area, thus the need to set out open doors for the individuals who go to class. "It is miserable that in the wake of going through giant amounts of cash teaching a youngster, the best that anticipates him is a push cart."

He said he has an intricate arrangement to join the nation, battle unite and make significant positions for the adolescent."Would you like to push handcarts after school?," Raila asked the group that reacted with a No. He started the visit at Soko Mjinga Flyover and has so far tended to visit rallies at Kwa Haraka, Njabini.

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