Political muscles continue takig the country by storm. Political leaders are doing there best to make sure that they are mot left behind by 2022 general elections. As MP's and other leaders battle for power, problems of joblessness, hunger and increasing criminal activities continues moping the country mercilessly.
Millions of Kenyans are jobless and majority were left languishing in total poverty after covid-19 pandemic. As a these continue to happen done Hustlers can't find jobs because of lack of these documents. Hon. Gideon Keter latest move has left millions of Kenyans wowed. He said,
Hope for Job Seekers & graduates as EMPLOYMENT (AMENDMENT) BILL goes for 2nd reading. The Employment (Amendment) Bill that I am sponsoring seeks to stop employers from demanding clearance certificates from institutions like HELB, KRA, CRB, DCI, and EACC before offering employment."
If political leaders were reasoning this way this country will be far. As he continues fighting for hustles he is likely to win big in 2022.
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