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Good News to Kenyans as Government Extends Kazi Mtaani Initiative

The government of Kenya under his leadership President Uhuru Kenyatta came up with good project for youths that is 'Kazi mtaani'.Kazi mtaani was good project from onset. The project was supposed to last for period six months only without extension. Kenyans castigated the program of not being viable, practical and sustainable. But from look of things kazi Mtaani has beats odds of kenyans perception.

The youth who were employed for this project of kazi Mtaani were worried because it was almost nearer to end. The project has enabled them make their end meets by providing food on table. Some have managed provides basic needs such as clothing and shelter.

Today, interior CSDr Fred Matiang'i tours Nairobi county in his mission of goverment project. Interior CS Matiang'i was accompanied by inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambai, Arthur Osiya and Mp kasarani Mp Mercy Gakuya. Interior CS Matiang'i launched built Kasarani Sub-county offices. CS Matiang'i assured kenyans that the government has decentralizing citizens services for local residents to access services.

The Kasarani Sub-county offices will serve areas of Ruaraka, Githurai and Kahawa west in Nairobi county.

However, interior CS Matiang'i assured kenyans the plan of government to extend kazi Mtaani program for youth. He applaud the project that has offered job opportunities to a tune of one hundred thousand youth countrywide. This announcement of government intend for extension of kazi Mtaani was a sigh of relief for kenyans. This means the job is viable , sustainable and practical to kenyans youths.

In conclusion, the above discussion shows well good news to kenyans youth as government makes the above move.

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