Dennis Itumbi Pleads With The Ministry of Public Service Youth and Gender
By Morenamwangi | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 189 views
Dennis Itumbi , the Hustler Nation spokesman shared on Twitter an email he sent to the Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Public Service Youth and Gender about the invasion of National Youth Service parcels by high profile politicians and private individuals.
He acknowledged that the president issued a directive for repossession of the grabbed land to the youth and that the Ministry too had issued a directive to get a report on the land . However on the report the Ministry was denied opportunity to the said parcels of land to provide to Kenyans affordable housing and put technical schools to impact skills to unemployed youths.
Dennis Itumbi Pleads to get the said letter so as to help Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka to reconcile with the fact that the National Youth Service Yatta farm he resides in is actually grabbed land which should be repossessed by the minister and that he is ready to work with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations. Here is the tweet
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