Western Kenyan leaders set low targets for political rivals

NEW YORK, Kenya, August 22 – A group of leaders from the Kenyan region have outlined the issues they now want to be addressed by hopeful presidential candidates.

Leading leaders in Kyrgyzstan, Anne Wiguru, who is on a two-day visit to Lakipipia, said the candidates should pledge to restore the declining coffee, tea, milk and fruit production.

The leaders also called for a reduction in interest rates, which have led to the destruction of many small and micro businesses in the region after their owners were listed on credit bureaus in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. .

“We are currently in the process of negotiating with most of the candidates for the presidency. President Uhuru Kenyatta. At the end of Saturday’s Lakipepi Kabi Musini, we want to make sure we take good care of our regional economic interests.

He said that although the region is divided, they will involve various related politicians in the interest of the region.

Kim Jong-un’s governor, James Nero, said there was a large number of enterprises on Kiriniaga Street in the capital, Nairobi, seeking the support of the region’s electorate.

“As a state, we have seen what has happened on the Kirinyaga road as many of our people have been pushed out of business due to severe tax evasion. In fact, many of their properties have been auctioned off. This should not happen again, ”said Nero.

Other issues raised by the leaders were health care, exploitation of public transport investors, and police brutality.

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People in the public transport sector have paid a lot of premiums to the insurance industry, but have been accused of reducing their profits while being charged with a number of other charges.

The latest list of presidential hopefuls comes at a time when politicians in the central region are deeply divided without strong rivals.

Leaders in the region are mostly lined up in two camps. Vice President William Ruto of the Houstler Nation and Raila Odinga’s handshake.

The appellate court rejected the Odinga-sponsored InnivTV (BBI) constitutional review process, and it is unclear whether new partners will join the region.

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