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OKA leadership to offer free primary education and cut taxes by 50 percent – Gideon Moi

By , People Daily Digital
Sunday, October 31st, 2021 17:20 | < 1 min read
OKA principals from left Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula. Photo/PD/File

OKA principal and Kanu national Chairman Gideon Moi has stated that their coalition is determined to offer free education and reduce taxes for Kenyans.

Speaking over the weekend during OKA popularization campaign at Ngong Kajiado County, the Baringo senator said the coalition will ensure free secondary education and cut taxes by up to half.

"OKA leadership will be people-oriented and about the well being of every Kenyan. Free secondary education and reducing taxes is our main priority. Making education accessible and affordable to all will empower the majority of Kenyans and create a free level playground for the future generation.

Reducing taxes by half will also facilitate the business community to realize more profits and also attract more investors who will, in turn, create more employment for our youth, "he said.

Further, Moi urged Kenyans to maintain peace during and after the 2022 elections adding that OKA government will ensure it curbs all forms of corruption to ensure resources trickle down to all Kenyans.

" We cannot have a few Kenyans controlling the economy. We will strengthen a 24hours economy to ensure the country economy improves and stabilizes," he noted.

He was accompanied by Kanu secretary Nick Salat and was hosted by former Kajiado senator Peter Mositet.

Echoing the president, he urged Kenyans not to elect thieves and leaders with a dented integrity noting that leaders' integrity should be a major consideration for voters to factor in when making political decisions.

"Please I urge you not to elect thieves. Elect leaders who have the interest of Kenyans at heart," Moi stated.

He defended OKA unity saying that the coalition is geared towards fostering the country cohesion and realizing more development in the country.

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