OKA promises free secondary education and reduced taxes

OKA principal and Kanu national Chairman Gideon Moi says the coalition will offer free education and reduce taxes for Kenyans if it forms the next government.

Moi who was speaking at Yala in Gem sub-county, Siaya where he attended a funeral of the late Sophia Andago Onyango, said that the alliance was committed to ensuring high economic growth in the country, adding that soon, they will give their blueprint to enable Kenyans to make an informed choice.

He said that part of the efforts to ensure high economic growth will entail a24 hour economy that will operate in three shifts.

He said that they will work with like-minded Kenyans to ensure the success of the economy, adding that the team was working hand in hand with president Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga.

The KANU chairman called on Kenyans to remain united and peaceful ahead of the 2020 polls.

The late Sophia Andago Onyango, 74 years, was the mother of a long time Gideon Moi aide, John Ojera.


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