Suna East MP, Junet Mohamed, has announced that he will retire from active politics when Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga becomes the President of Kenya. Addressing attendees at a National Youth Council forum on Friday, January 21, the vocal lawmaker stated that he had served as a Member of Parliament (MP) for 10 years and was working to ensure that Raila clinches the presidency.
The government in collaboration with the Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs has announced job opportunities for youths across the country. The new positions are being offered under the National Youth Council, which is being reconstituted according to the vacancy poster released on Tuesday, November 2.
I Want All Of You To Be My Soldiers But You Must Have A 'Gun And A Bullet' - Raila To Isiolo Residents
The ODM Party leader Raila Odinga yesterday told Isiolo residents to come out and register as voters. Speaking at Isiolo police grounds yesterday, the presidential hopeful urged the youth to volunteer and come out in large numbers to apply for Identity Cards and register as voters to back his presidential ambitions.
National Youth Council Tree planting campaign in Bomet County was launched yesterday Friday 28/ 05 /2021 at Kamureito Primary in Kipsonoi Ward, Sotik sub-county. It was presided over by Hon. Julius Korir CBS, Principal Secretary, State Department for Devolution Kenya Forest Service will distribute tree seedlings to youth groups that have registered to volunteer to implement tree planting in Schools and Health centers across the county.
Kenya Forest Service (KFS) is partnering with the National Youth Council (NYC) to leverage, engage, and bring on board the youths in the country towards the national goal of achieving a 10 % tree cover by 2022 through tree growing. The partnership will also seek to challenge the youth across the country to embrace tree growing not only for conservation goals but also as a means of economic empowerment and food security through growing trees such as fruit trees while leveraging on technology and innovations to
Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho when he graced the National Youth Council delegates during a question and answer (Q&A) session, he revealed the mystery of his lifestyle that many people would want to identify with. He described how he managed to receive his first million shillings when he was just slightly above teanage. At that time he got a tender as a clearing and forwarding agent at the Port of Mombasa. The Gorvenor passed through hard life especially when he was in High School. He would wear his school shirt
Kenyans youth might be happy now after an fruitful action by the National Youth Council of Kenya .Youths are always subjected to mental health ,such issues includes addiction, depression,eating disorder, anxiety and relationship challenges.These issues if no addressed keenly in the society , they lead to negative results that may affect the individually or those surrounding the individuals for example the family members.
Changamwe Youth in Mombasa Barricade the road at Port Reitz corner fly over on 10th August demanding payment This is after youth protested for being paid sh.90 yet they were promised sh.400. The Kazi mtaani initiative was started with the aim of providing a form of social protection for workers whose prospects for daily or casual work has been disrupted by the containment policies put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. This is according to the Principal Secretary, State Dept for Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousing
Kenyan youths have to be taken care of as they are tomorrows’ leaders. President Kenyatta during the International youth day promised to take care of the Kenyan youths. State House twitter page account has revealed what President Kenyatta addressed during the International Youth Day on August 12, 2020. President Kenyatta has promised to offer all the youths up to 18 years old a free education, and 100% secondary transition rate. From the source the government will increase bursaries and other financial grants
The youth of Kenya have been urged to support the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Report launched yesterday at Bomas of Kenya as it is capable of addressing the sticky issues affecting them. In a Press statement released in Nairobi today, the National Youth Council (NYC) which is mandated to advocate for youth inclusivity, representation and participation in political, social and economic aspects of leadership in the country came out to update Kenya’s youth on the gains accruing from the Report. According
Principal Secretary State Department Julius Korir has urged youth to use their energy and their prowess to help the government in the ongoing fight against covid-19. Korir who spoke after receiving a donation of face masks, sanitizers and tissue papers from the Chandaria industries which will be distributed by the National Youth Council to curb the coronavirus pandemic appealed to the youthful generation of this country to carry out sensitization campaigns that will ensure every Kenyan has obeyed t