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Opinion: The Four Main Pillars Of Kenya's Vision 2030

Vision 2030 set revolutionize Kenya into a superb and sustainable nation, more especially in improving the life of its citizens, and the country worldwide.

In the year 2008, former president Mwai Kibaki approved, and launched the project. 2030 is a long-term plan that suits the needs of the past, the present and the future.

There are four main pillars that tend to guide the project to completion, namely;

1. Political pillar.

Political pillar aims to move the country as a one nation,irregardless of one's race, ethnicity, religion, gender or socio-economic status.

It's to provide equality to the state by allowing a democratic political system. A system that has involve justice and freedom to its citizens.

2. Social pillar.

Majors in investing in the people of Kenya. Simply, it's an important pillar because it involves building a just and cohesive society that enjoys a balanced development in a clean, and secure environment.

3. Economic pillar.

Economy is one of the most influential sector in growth of the country stability both locally and internationally. Before the year 2030, Kenya set to raise the GDP rate by 10% p.a.

4. Enablers and Macros.

This sets to move the economy up the value chain. By raising to 10% per annual the GDP growth rate of the country.

It's therefore after reviews of the challenges the country's economy is facing that sectors; Like Tourism, Agriculture and Livestock, wholesale & Retail, Trade, Manufacturing, financial services, Business process offshoring, and IT-enabled services, are the potential productive sectors that needed to be used to raise the economy rate before 2030.

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