•Music Festival resumed after two years following the outbreak of Covid-19.
•He said it was clear that the abundance of talents and creativity of talents within the country was on another level.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has asked MPs to reinstate money allocation meant to facilitate music festivals.
Gachagua said that this should be done immediately after the MPs begin their sitting.
"When you go to the national assembly please reinstate the money meant for the Music festival so that our young people can be mentored," he said.
This was after the Education CS George Magoha and Chairman of the Kenya Music Festival Peter Wanjohi requested that the money should be released.
Music Festival resumed after two years following the outbreak of Covid-19.
He said it was clear that the abundance of talents and creativity of talents within the country was on another level.
He said that the William Ruto-led administration will spearhead a digital superhighway and creative economy to boost incomes.
He said their administration has very elaborate policies and programs to translate the creativity and talent of young people into a source of income and way of life.
"And from what have seen here I am persuaded that we have made the right decision and we have a job to do because the creativity and talent among our young people are extraordinary," he said.
The DP assured the young people that the new administration has a good plan for them and very soon they will roll out a program of how to harness the talent and their creativity.