The Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya coalition has released its Mwamko Mpya agenda, which consists of ten points.
Several political parties gathered at Nyayo Stadium to witness the inauguration of Raila Odinga’s first 100 days in office, should he be elected Kenya’s fifth president.
The program, dubbed ‘Inua Jamii, Pesa kwa jamii,’ will provide a Ksh.6,000 universal basic income to 2 million impoverished households across the country.
According to Raila Odinga, this is not a gift, but rather an investment that will lay the groundwork for a new transformational value chain that will generate massive economic activity and thousands of small-scale businesses and enterprises across the country.
After the unveiling of their manifesto, Raila Odinga’s running mate, Martha Karua, told Citizen TV that delivering the Sh 6,000 to needy homes is feasible.
“Around 120 to 150 billion per year. Remember that corruption costs us nearly 800 billion shillings per year…there is money, and we will be able to complete these tasks. These items did not appear out of nowhere. This has been proposed by experts, and it will be implemented “Karua stated this.
According to the leader of the Narc-Kenya party, the Azimio administration intends to rein in the rising debt ceiling by restructuring the financial sector.
“We will make certain that allotted funds are used efficiently and for their intended purpose, rather than to create a small number of millionaires. Debt is not a bad thing, but the first step is to make the best of what we have “She made a remark.