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Wamae: Why you should shake the tree on Tuesday


For a predominately religious country, the Roots Party manifesto is anchored on religious teachings which vouch for self-reliance and national pride. For instance, Chapter 11 provides that counties are entitled to least 15 per cent of the total national revenue collected. They will then only remit 10 per cent to Roots Party national government for purposes of instrumentation and administrative costs. We are brave enough to shake the status quo as specified in our party slogan 'Shake the tree or 'Tingiza Mti.' The writer is a Roots Party presidential running mate; [email protected]; @justinawamae


Source: Daily Nation August 06, 2022 02:53 UTC



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