UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES

State should secure bright brains being poached by terrorists

It is not that they are not loyal citizens, they feel betrayed and frustrated by the system

In Summary

• Shabaab and other bandits are poaching for such brains and pay for their services heartily. 

• One in every five citizens is an unemployed youth. For every three Kenyans, there is a gambler. 

Men advertise their skills
RUNNING OUT OF OPTIONS: Men advertise their skills
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Demographic studies reveal that the working population potential of Kenya is above 25 million (between age 19 and 35).

A percentage of this comprises graduates–over five million of whom are unemployed. The most dangerous thing that any nation could do is to ignore the existence of graduates–the cream of society.

Why spend colossal amounts of money training them if they cannot be part of the country’s production process?

Interestingly, al Shabaab and other bandits are poaching for such brains and pay them heartily. It is not that they are not patriotic citizens, they just feel betrayed by the same system that created them!

Social engineering is on the rise, brain revolution at work. Kenya shall not know complete peace until she secures such brains.

 

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