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Maskani Ya Taifa🇰🇪
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Shikoh Kihika 13h
Let's not even forget that they lied they rolled it out in the government website for PR
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Mbuki Mburu 13h
We should have the people’s jail, all those who leaders who give empty promises are remanded. Kenyans need to create a parrallel system because the mainstream is not working, they are comfortable. Honestly
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Siasa Place 13h
According to Jubilee's manifesto in 2017, they have more than 4 million jobs to create in the next two years!!! Where are their priorities? Do they care for the youth of this country?
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Nerima Wako Ojiwa 13h
Even if you start a business.. The loop holes in systems will bleed your company dry. Not that simple.
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Siasa Place 12h
363,400 jobs created by the government between 2014 and 2018 were in the formal sector. The government takes credit for creating an economy that generated 840,600 jobs in one year, but only 78,400 of these were created in the formal sector.
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Vincent 11h
Are 70% of Kenyans who can work jobless? found this claim by a union leader to be untrue.
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Nerima Wako Ojiwa 12h
Let us not forget the number of people just waiting to get a chance to leave Kenya... Looking for opportunities.
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Mungai wa Nyambura 13h
For one, the money an unemployed youth have to chuck out before they can get clearance certificates. Good Conduct 1050 HELB 1000 EACC Clearance 500 CRB Clearance 2200 = 4750/=
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Maskani Ya Taifa🇰🇪 4h
If such things like garlic are now being imported from China, give tribute to all garlic farmers in Kenya.
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Sang Kosi 12h
Ministry of Agriculture through department of cooperatives is not doing much in facilitating farmers acquire farm inputs and equipments. In my view farmers do not need subsidies but facilitation in acquisition of farm inputs and equipments.
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Sang Kosi 12h
Most rural economies that have been traditionally thriving on agriculture have been pushed out by cheap imported agricultural products. The government should facilitate them in adopting to modern cheap methods of farming.
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Sang Kosi 11h
The issue of underemployment which is the biggest problem could be addressed by existing mechanism within Labour ministry and industrial courts. Many underemployed youths should be fairly compensated to enable them improve their lives. Paying someone 12 K is modern day slavery.
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wafula S.I 11h
Those youths working are told to save .. Nonsensical... Invest rather...
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Munene🇰🇪 11h
Besides the government failing to fulfil their promises, they're unapologetic about it, if a fresh graduate decides to venture into self-employment, they'll be required to pay a hefty amount in the name of legal documentations, they have helb to pay and whole village behind them
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#AgapewildAdventures 13h
what I can offer as an advice now, organisations and groups such as should now start thinking of organising benchmarking trips to developed countries in order to learn how things are being done and how people meets their end needs.
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Siasa Place Jan 23
Are you tired of unemployment? Between 750,000 and 1 million young people attempt to enter the job market every year, that is greater than those who are leaving it. Join us from 11am tomorrow as we talk about this and more!
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Sammy lagat 9h
So sad that we employ ourselves yet we don't have starting capital thus not even receiving from Uwezo funds and such
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Shikoh Kihika 10h
Jubilee Government promised the youth Jobs but instead jobs were created for the political oldies
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The hummingbird 5h
Meet judge Dismas Nkunda, an outstanding and well recognized Ugandan who is known for journalism and human rights.He is the founder and Executive Director of Atrocities Watch Africa a civil society organization that tracks mass atrocities in Africa.
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The CARROT Co. 5h
Well said . This shouldn't be an event but a process that would ensure continous access to justice and accountability by all the stakeholders involved in the governance of South Sudan.
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