Youths have been a crucial component of Kenya's population that the future depends upon. They also have been the victims of extreme challenges that have been facing the nation of Kenya.
As such, the DP has urged the youths to be part of the solutions to these problems rather than playing the role of a spectator. Taking to his Facebook Page, the Second in Command has encouraged youths to continue engaging in the ongoing economic recovery conversation.
According to the Deputy President, he has devised an economic recovery model which he calls a bottom-up model that he believes will greatly transform the economy of this country. This model aims at inputting resources at the grassroots contrary to the top-bottom model that put resources from the top as they flow down.
"We are encouraging the youth to actively engage in the ongoing national conversation on the country's economic recovery strategies; it is a patriotic duty. As we seek to find the most suitable diagnosis and solution to the issues afflicting Kenya, the young people should not spectate but contribute to the discourse," posted the DP.
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