NASA flag bearer woos Nyamira voters

Written By: Simon Achola


The National Super Alliance, NASA took its campaigns to Nyamira County with a promise to transform the fortunes of the youth if they take over the helms of power.

NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga saying that the country must devise strategies that will take advantage of the underutilized but proficient youthful work force for it to match their peers from Asia who were at the same economic level at independence but now are classified as developed countries.

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NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga led his team to Nyamira county just days after President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto toured the county with a bag full of goodies.

Raila and his team keen on reversing any gains made by the ruling party in a county that is classified as a battle ground.

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The opposition chief used the forum to stake claim at ongoing construction projects within the region promising to institute industrial parks across 47 counties in the country to ensure the unemployed youth can access gainful employment opportunities.

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The NASA flag bearer promising to ensure the large numbers of unemployed youth are converted into employers by instituting sound strategies that would put the country’s economy at par with its peers from Asia at the time of independence.

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The NASA brigade heads to Homa bay county on Monday before heading to the former western province as it seeks to consolidate its support in the area.



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