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Better Days Ahead For Kenyan Youths As BBI Secrets Emerge

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Photo: Former prime minister Raila Odinga with President Uhuru Kenyatta

The Building bridges initiative that was launched at Bomas Kenya is very promising to the common Mwananchi.

Signatures for the passing of the report are awaiting for the verification from the IEBC before the Bill will proceed to the next level.

The former prime minister Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta are the forefront campaigning for the Building bridges initiative.

Whereas the deputy president Dr William Ruto is solidly pushing for the inclusivity of people’s opinion in the report and a multiple choice referendum.

Kenya has 75% youths in the country who are less than 35 years which means that the report should address the needs of the young people.

President Uhuru Kenyatta ever said that Youths should not be complaining about not being given opportunity but they should go for every opportunity.

Youths have every reason to smile since the the BBI proposes for the employment conference with senior representation from state actors which come up with a frame work to increase job opportunities.

BBI recommends the creation of the county employment bureaus to harness the number of young people seeking employment.

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The document supports the cottage industries, which include manufacturing and labour-intensive industries/sectors (agriculture, livestock and fishing).

Youths should take advantage of this opportunity since after Independence it is youths who took over the country such as Kenneth Matiba was a Permanent Secretary (Ministry of Education) at the age of 34 in 1966; Robert Ouko was Ministry of Works PS at the age of 34, while Josephat Karanja was Kenya’s High Commissioner to London at the age of 34.

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