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Why the youth have to redeem counties

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By John Kipchirchir | February 12th 2017
Kenya being a youthful nation has a high number of youths. The youths form a majority of the populace. However, the representation ratio in our country paints a different picture.

Since the inception of devolution, the country has seen an increase in the number of elective seats. This, therefore, means more opportunities for the young people to engage in decision making and at policy formulation.

It is from this observation that I urge my fellow youths to turn up in large numbers and go for these elective posts
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