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President Uhuru's Meeting That Will Improve Life Of Kenyan Youths

The Coronavirus pandemic has temporarily set back the global agenda of ensuring young people aged between 10 to 24 years are in education, training or employment by 2030, President Kenyatta said.

Mr. President speaks highly of Kenyan youths who he describe them as resilient and ambitious to seek solutions especially during this time of the pandemic during Generation Unlimited (GenU) global leadership council meeting that washeld virtually.

President Uhuru Kenyatta also highlights challenges the young generation has undergone during the same period and heeds the opportunity to call upon the council to give their support towards the upcoming Global Partnership for Education summit aimed at raising funds for venurable countries to ensure they put up required systems to ensure no child has been left behind in Education.

African youths, Kenyan youths are lucky to have President Uhuru Kenyatta as their ambassador. Privy to their challenges, H. E is up in arms to do the impossible to ensure they are not left behind.

Duelling of Kenol -Sagana - Marua road will reduce time and cost when transporting goods to/from the city. Reduced time to travel will on the other hand increase time for ladies to do their make up,

This road has the potential to increase the development of Kenyans. 

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