I. Major POLITICAL PARTIES are given 0.03% of the total revenue collected to run their affairs per fiscal year . Out of this 20% of the allocations should go to the youths and mama mbogas to uplift them and registra of political parties APPROVES funds after that is made clear and structures put in place .
ii. We have uwezo funds for youths , mama mbogas given per fiscal year
iii. We have youth enterprises funds for the youths and mama mbogas
iv. We have got AGPO (Access government procurement opportunities) for the youths and mama mbogas enterprise which is around 20% of government's tenders
v . We have got WOMEN REPs given around 7millions per constituencies per fiscal year and 20% of the allocations should go to the youths
But if if you look at Kenya , the UNEMPLOYMENT rate is 3 times that of Uganda and Tanzania among other neighbouring countries .
Do you want to tell us that these opportunities are not helping the YOUTHS AND MAMA MBOGAS because they don't have MKOKOTENIS AND WHEELBARROWS?
and WHY are you fighting BBI because of the corruptions clause ??
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