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Be Innovative for a Better Kenya, CS Mucheru Tells Youth

The youth of Kenya have been asked to tap into the country’s digitization process to be able to have a bigger say in the nation’s socio-economic development.

This clarion call was issued by Cabinet Secretary ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs Joe Mucheru.

Presiding over the launch of the Kenya Vision 2030 Flagship Programmes and Projects Progress Reports and Scorecard in Nairobi, CS Mucheru said the development blueprint holds a lot for everyone, urging all and sundry to be focused on where we as a nation want to go.

Saying no one should be left behind, CS Mucheru lauded Kenya’s technological innovations that have impacted positively on the lives of Kenyans.

Citing E-citizen, Mpesa, digitization of Land Registry, Digital Migration and Modern Mapping among other innovations, Mucheru said the country’s digital progress was set to make the lives of the citizenry easier.

‘’We have over 300 different government services in E-citizen, meaning you can access the services from anywhere and anytime…,” said CS Mucheru.

“We are serving the same citizens…the aspirations the Vision 2030 holds is all for Kenyans and not individual drivers and institutions.”

According to the Kenya Vision 2030 management and delivery team, the Report will provide a platform for the youth as the most important resource, to fully embrace innovativeness towards greater economic gains.

Also present at the launch was Kenya Vision 2030 Delivery Chairperson Jane Karuku, Director Genaral Delivery Secreatariat Kenneth Mwige, among other government officials and partners.   

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