Unvaccinated Youths in Kenya are now set to be in a critical situation as the government of Kenya has released an official note to them regarding the recently launched Kazi Mtaani incitive which had helped several youths in the past.
From the report shared by Tuko news regarding the same it has been indicated that Housing and Urban Development Principal Secretary Charles Hinga has announced that the government will not employ unvaccinated youths in there recently launched Kazi Mtaani programme.
The PS has reported that the shortlisted youths will not just started up the work but they will have to show proof of vaccination before being allowed to into the program so as to start the work and atleast get some income.
Speaking on the same the PS also advised the unvaccinated youths who applied for the program to atleast try there best and get one jab so as to be on the safe side.
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