President William Ruto's daughter Charlene Ruto has today revealed that the Kenya Kwanza government is very much committed to mainstreaming programs that focus on the Kenyan youths.
Speaking at the University of Nairobi where she was the guest of honour during the launch of the Universities and Colleges Students' Peace Association of Kenya (UCSPK) report, Charlene noted that the government of her father is fully committed to supporting the youths.
She also committed herself as a youth champion and offered practical entrepreneurial examples in her life, as lessons to the attendees on being a go-getter and working hard to establish your enterprise.
After her remarks, Charlene launched the 2022 UCSPAK Report, and thereafter handed over certifictes of participation to universities which attended the two-day function.
National Students’ Summit saw student leaders and leaders across various industries assemble to discuss matters ranging from climate change to poverty and economic mindset change and poverty reduction.
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