The ministry of information communication technology has urged the youth to come out so that Thursday can vie for the top seat in the next general election. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the minister of information communication technology Joe Mucheru urged the youth to avoid fake promises which are being given by politicians.
The minister was in Mombasa where he held a meeting with some stakeholders in the ministry. The minister of information communication technology Joe Mucheru also challenged the youth not to fear to be on the ballot paper. He continued by saying that many youth youth are being used by the Politicians who are looking for votes in the next general election. It is clear that all leaders are focusing on how youth can get jobs despite the effects of covid-19 pandemic.
All kenyans are now urged to be keen while electing leaders in the next general election which is planned to happen on August next year. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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