Unemployment rates in Kenya is so high that most people now days no longer value education as it was valued initially. Many youths after school resort to major cities in the hunt for greener pastures. However, when things do not fall in place, they resort into dubious activities as a way of making ends meet to sustain them in the cities.
The government of kenya through the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project (KYEOP) has announced job opportunities and grants to youths from the counties where KYEOP is being implented. In a statement sent published in one of the newspapers in the country, the government seeks to ease the employment tension in the country by rewarding youth from marginalised counties.