Her Excellency First Lady, Margaret Kenyatta has today made a crucial announcement to all Kenyans especially parents and youths during a critical event at Communications Authority of Kenya Office Complex, Nairobi county where he presided over the launch of the second phase of National Child Online Protection (COP).
As People's Daily confirms, the highly cherished First Lady has now told Kenyans to enhance protection of children right from their childhood ages by giving them an upbringing that abides with the society's social-cultural norms, values and attributes.
She stated this arguing that poor nurturing of children may result to cyber bullying, addiction, harassment, online fraud and other social vices in the society and that will not help in building a good nation.
She also advocated for creation of life awareness to the youths as far as the modern technology is concerned to boost their economical status.
With that, she also added that the existence of the online platforms should be seen as a major input in the society as youths may engage in income generating activities like online services delivery.
Perhaps, the First Lady's powerful announcement should bow be taken into consideration by all Kenyans especially now that we're in the middle of a pandemic to continue making innovations and creative works using the internet effectively.
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