DP William Ruto challenges youths to go for State tender
SEE ALSO :On leadership, women should change tact“No opportunity will be brought to your door-step. You must network your way into these opportunities,” said the Deputy President. He said the government was paying a special focus on the youth because of the latent force in them that would turn around the country. Ruto noted that to exploit this potential, the government had come up with a plan that would be in tandem with the desires and aspirations of the youths. “To unlock the youths’ potential, we must make them competent. That is why we are prioritising their training. From September, all technical colleges, including Kenya Medical Training Colleges, would be provided with bursaries to the tune of Sh30,000 a year,” he said. Like in universities, he said, students in tertiary institutions would also access a Sh40,000-loan a year.