President Uhuru Kenyatta has today been showered with praises by a section of Kenyans who said he is fulfilling his promise of ensuring creation of enough job opportunities for the Kenyan youths. Speaking in a video statement that was delivered to the United Nations Global Compact's Private Sector Forum, president Uhuru has urged the governments to involve the private sector more in their post Covid-19 economic recovery measures. According to president Uhuru, the private sector has the know how and the resources that are necessary for economic recovery.
The Head of State has also challenged the global leaders to apply the lessons learnt from the coronavirus pandemic by rethinking their economic strategies by involving the private sector more. President Uhuru believes that by highly involving the non state actors in economic take of, more jobs will be created hence will ensure recovery of the lost jobs.
Kenyans have send words of appreciation and thanksgiving to the Head of State for working towards the recovery of Kenya's economy in the post Covid-19 era.
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