Kenya — In 2010, Kenya drafted a new constitution to replace its problematic 1963 independence-era Constitution. The new Constitution.
2013 Kenya Will be Re-Born again by going to the Elections with the New Constitution yet to be fully implemented and by the way its one of the complex constitutions in the world!
I have made a conscious decision that this country is being born again and i will have to participate in one way or the other to remove the Status Quo and if we will not be able to get rid of them. Then start a Strategy (ndio jina ya hii mchezo) that will in the long run see them X’ed out and young,fresh leadership taking over.
1.There are about 500,000 youth who graduate from various tertiary institutions ready to enter the job market every year. However, due to the slow economic growth, corruption, nepotism and demand for experience by potential employers, 75% remain unemployed.
Empowerment and Participation
2.One of the greatest challenges in Youth Empowerment and participation is how to ensure that young people are passionate about causing transformation in Kenya. Youth Empowerment and Participation is the quintessential force for causing such transformation. Young people need a youth branded platform from where they can speak powerfully, take appropriate action, and inspire belief that will have a catalytic impact all over the country through youth-led development initiatives.
3.The uneven distribution of health facilities in the country continues to widen disparities in affordability and access to medical care. Statistics indicate that only 42% of the population has access to medical facilities within four kilometers and 75% within eight kilometers.
Education and training
4.The 8-4-4 system of education was geared to imparting appropriate skills to enhance self-employment. However, due to the high costs, poverty and lack of facilities, there have been high school dropout rates. Most of the youth either drop out of school or graduate without necessary skills for self-employment. Many girls drop out of school due to pregnancy.
Crime and Drugs
5.The early mid 1980’s saw a rapid growth in crime, drug and substance abuse among the youth in Kenya. Alcohol, cigarettes, khat (miraa), and cannabis sativa have remained the most popular abused substances. There is a fast emerging trend of injecting drug use especially narcotic. Moreover, abuse of drugs is highly associated with the risks of contracting HIV/Aids and other sexually transmitted diseases especially among the youth.
I dont care whether your party is
ODM,TNA,KANU,UDM,NARC,PNU etc…Hizi tu ni magari za kutufikisha the destination we need to get at. But as long as u are a young leader na uko na Content ina make sense to me and i know that u are no bodies Puppet/Project. I will fully support your agenda if it concerns us and will affect our future and future of our Sons & Daughters…I don’t care which car u use to get us there but lets get there and change this thing of STATUS QUO from the inside.
Kenyans lets all maintain Peace na Tribe ni Moja YOUTH! Hio ndio na aminia na ndio ntasimamia…AND TO THE MEDIA HOUSES IN KENYA..coz i know what happens… i know that everyone has who he or she is supporting but please note… that is a personal feeling and kenyans dont care coz they have their own feelings…as the media houses be fair in ur reporting to all candidates no matter who gives u a handout (and we know u are given and SOME OF U TAKE IT) tell kenyans the truth not COINED bulletins trying to push personal agendas of ur candidates like we ve seen u do in the past. MGENGE TRUE!!!