The Nairobi youths have reasons to smile after the governor Hon Johnson Sakaja revealed that he will be launching the tree planting programme very soon. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Nairobi governor Hon Johnson Sakaja said that the youths who will be participating in the Programme will be paid weekly.
According to the governor Hon Johnson Sakaja, he said that the those will be managing and planting the trees will be paid two thousand five hundred shillings weekly. He urged the youths to be ready and apply so that they can earn little money which will be help them to buy basic needs.
This has come when the president William Ruto and his deputy Hon Rigathi Gachagua plans to plant five million trees in their leadership. The tree planting programme is expected to replace the Kazi Mtaani. Remember to support the national government so that it can continue with their projects.
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