Odm Party leader hon Raila Odinga has clarified that he will fix the Kenyan economy before retiring from active Politics. Odinga who has shown interest of succeding president Uhuru Kenyatta in the upcoming general election has a mission to accomplish. According to K24 TV Raila will retire from active Politics after fixing the country's economy.In a series of meetings that Raila had in different parts of the country especially in Mt Kenya he promised to revive the grand coalition they had with President Mwai Kibaki and ensure that vision 2030 becomes a reality.
Odinga just like other presidential candidates feels that the economy of the country is not good especially now the effects of Covid-19 pandemic is everywhere. Raila Odinga promised to deal with the corrupt individuals and cartel that have been influencing almost all sectors of the economy.
However, many especially those linked to DP William Ruto feels that Raila Odinga is a project of deep state that want to safeguard the interest of few individuals and tycoons that have held the economy of the country hostage.
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