Kenya has the largest youth unemployment rates in the region despite its gross domestic product growing in the previous years. The continued emphasis on economic growth despite high unemployment numbers has left many wondering where the wealth is going.
The question arises, whose job is it anyway to provide access to employment? Many would argue that it is the responsibility of the government, but is that really the case?
The government in its delivery of services had enabled job creation in the public sector. However this can not meet the needs of the citizens.
Therefore to cater for all, it should create a conducive environment for the private sector, individuals and other set up businesses thereby promoting entrepreneurship.
Therefore according to the report shared by NTV news, all unemployed Kenyans citizens have something to smile since the government seeks to improve employment opportunities for those skilled youths. A thing that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country.
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