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26-06-2017 by redazione

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, launched this election afternoon at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi on the election manifesto of their Jubilee party with government programs of the next mandate.
The key points of the 2017-2021 Government Program are: free secondary schools for all young Kenyan students, already starting from January 2018, job creation for those coming out of secondary schools, free health care for the elderly over seventy And the continuation of the large infrastructure project called "Vision 2020", which has already begun the Mombasa-Nairobi high speed rail (which will be expanded to Kampala in Uganda) and several road arteries. The port of Mombasa will be completed and Lamu will start work.
Another election promise in case the duo Kenyatta-Ruto was elected, the connection to the power grid of all Kenya, also to illuminate the remote areas of the country that for now have not served.
It is now awaiting the answer of the Opposition, with its manifesto, which will be launched shortly by Raila Odinga leader who will challenge Kenyatta at the upcoming elections scheduled for August 8th.

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