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Youths can learn lessons from World Trade Organisation

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By Vincent Okumu | Dec 21st 2015 | 1 min read

Youths had a lot to learn from the just-concluded World Trade Organisation (WTO) summit to enhance change and develop their lives and the country’s at large.

Youths need to come together for the main purpose of enhancing development.

Just as the world leaders come together to discuss development at the Ministerial Conference, youths must organise themselves into groups and come up with agenda that will enhance their growth other than sitting back and waiting for the Government to give them a way forward.

While in these groups, issues of difference in opinion may arise and to solve these, the youths must learn to accept divergent views.

These differences in opinion should not at any point divide the groups but strengthen them. Just like the WTO summit where no member left even though there were differences in opinion among member states.

Therefore, youths, despite their differences, must come together in groups, share their development views and put them to good use to foster growth and development.

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