NASA promises unity, growth and modern infrastructure

NASA promises unity, growth and modern infrastructure

Opposition NASA flag-bearer Raila Odinga has pledged to foster national unity, tackle historical injustices, empower women and fight corruption if the alliance wins the August 8th General Election.
Speaking during the unveiling of the NASA manifesto at Ngong Racecourse Nairobi, Raila pledged faster payment to those who do business with government, improve roads and create jobs for the youth.
His running mate Kalonzo Musyoka promised the NASA government would focus on poverty eradication in collaboration with private sector as outlined in the Sustainable Development Goals which morphed from the Millenium Development Goals.
Musalia Mudavadi, who is poised to become the Chief Minister should NASA win in August pledged that they would grow the economy by seven per cent annually, curb high national debt, offer more financial resources to schools, better school infrastructure and more funding for higher education for student study loans through HELB.
Isaac Ruto, the Bomet Governor, said NASA will add value to agriculture, pledging training and better pay for medics.
Moses Wetangula said a NASA government will work for the people and allow NGOs to thrive.