Kenya Reform Party unveiled ahead of 2022 elections

Kenya Reform Party unveiled ahead of 2022 elections

  •  Munene Kahiro said Kenya´s envisaged destination will be realized only if the country shifts its focus and embrace the principles of an industry-based economy where the  production of finished goods using locally assembled machines is a priority. 

Production-driven economy and comprehensive economic  reforms in the agricultural, manufacturing and business sectors is resolute and non-negotiable, according to the Kenya Reform Party.

Speaking during the launch of the party, at the party headquarters in Runda Nairobi on Sunday Kenya Reform Party National Chairman Munene Kahiro said Kenya´s envisaged destination will be realized only if the country shifts its focus and embrace the principles of an industry-based economy where the  production of finished goods using locally assembled machines is a priority. 

´´As it  is evident in our party’s reform mantra, we are committed to and fully focused on growing jobs, growing industries and jealously guarding the hard earned  wealth which has been the motivating factor," said Kahiro.

He said the party seeks to attract all  Kenyans including farmers, workers, the unemployed, business people and  professionals, the youth, special interest groups and cooperatives, and make it  a party of choice.

Kahiro added: ´´With the sum total of our efforts  in this endeavour culminated in a slogan – KUZA KAZI, KUZA VIWANDA, LINDA  NCHI, our intended paradigm shift will broaden the labour base, increase production,  boost the exportation of finished goods and earn our country the much-needed  foreign exchange.´´

"We remain persuaded that unless we consciously elect to become a working nation through creating industries and increasing production alongside other  incentives, it will be futile to call upon citizens to feel sufficiently inspired to safeguard our territorial sovereignty and integrity.´´ 

Kahuro noted that between losing 2 billion shillings to corruption every day and changing people’s mindset, the party will strive to be in a position to create an industrial  culture and transform Kenya into Africa’s number one economic hub.

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