Raila Odinga explains how he will fund unemployed young Kenyans if elected president

Raila Odinga

Kenyans challenged Mr Odinga to ask his handshake ally President Uhuru Kenyatta to “arrest” those stealing Ksh. 2 billion daily, if he knows the thieves why not charge them in court now, they pondered

By The Weekly Vision Online

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga claims that Kenya has a lot of money that is being stolen by those charges with the responsibility of safeguarding. President Uhuru Kenyatta admitted in the past the country loses Ksh. 2 billion daily through rampant corruption. Mr Odinga says if elected president in 2022, he will “seal” all loopholes in which the money is lost.

Out of this, he will be able to pay unemployed poor Kenyans up to Ksh. 150 billion each month. Poor and unemployed Kenyans should expect at least Ksh. 6,000 every month sent straight to their cell phones! When Odinga becomes president! Why 2022 and not now? That is the nagging question many are directing at the opposition leader.

They have further challenged him to ask his handshake ally President Uhuru Kenyatta to “arrest” those stealing Ksh. 2 billion daily. If he knows the thieves why not charge them in court, they pondered. Why wait for 2022?

Mr Odinga has further been challenged on the “Kazi kwa vijana” and “Kazi mtaani” which in 2008-2012 was under his office as PM. What did it achieve?

Many commentators have faulted Mr Odinga’s Kshs 150 billion free stipend to poor Kenyans as “untenable” and a blatant “lie”! But the former premier has stuck to his guns and even declared he will make a major announcement on December 9 2021.

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