Photo|Courtesy: Felicis Marshall The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Cabinet Secretary, Joseph Mucheru, has castigated Deputy President William Ruto’s wheelbarrow and hustler political narratives. According to the ICT Cabinet Secretary, the twofold narrative is only meant to deceive Kenyans into voting in land grabbers and corrupt leaders ahead of the coming general elections which is slated on August, 2022.
Few weeks ago, the MPs supporting the DP accused the Interior security Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiangi and the Cabinet Secretary ICT of interfering with the works of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). The MPs wanted the two to resign from their offices. Speaking on Monday 1st November the interior security CS answered the DP allies that he is not going to resign.
ICT CS Sends Warning to Parties, Coalitions Ahead of 2022; Predict What Awaits if Youths Not Engaged
The cabinet secretary ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Innovations and Youth Affairs Joe Mucheru has today highlighted the importance of youth engagement in formation of political parties and coalitions in Kenya ahead of 2022 general elections. Speaking on Ktn news, Mucheru confesses that these parties and coalitions are getting more and more important as we approach the general elections.
ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has affirmed that the solution to unemployment in the country is for the young people to embrace online work as it's a wide space that has a lot of work that the young people can involve themselves into. He is of the view that the gap of unemployment can be breached by the young people concentrating on online work.
Magoha urges concerted efforts to get 2020 KCPE candidates to Form One Some of the 2020 candidates yet to join secondary school for varied reasons CS Magoha says only 60% of learners transited to High school at the coast. ICT CS launches scathing attack on DP Ruto over promises to youth Mucheru accuses DP of misleading the youth with “outdated solutions” CS accuses Court of Appeal judges of “judicial activism” over BBI decision.
Today the government ICT Cs Joe Mucheru met a section of youths in Kiambu county, Limuru where He unveiled government plans in boosting the lives of a large population of unemployed young people of this nation. According to the CS, He revealed that some leaders are using the church pulpits and youths of this nation mainly to clinch to power for their self interest.
After the ICT CS Mr. Mucheru announced that the huduma namba cards will be issued very soon, a debate seems to start surrounding the issue. This is one of the processes that seems very controversial to those who may not have been understanding the main purpose of the huduma namba. There are those leaders allied to the DP who spoke in Kajiado about the 'huduma namba' as being a political tool claims which was later clarified. This made those Kenyans who had not acquired the number have mixed feelings towards