WAHU KIMANI: Let’s go back to Vision 2030 development strategy

It will make Kenya a globally competitive country

In Summary

•Since the long-term economic development strategy was initiated, there have been several issues, materially affecting the realization of the policy.

•Kenyans are responsible for holding their leaders accountable to achieve Vision 2030.

The Kenya Vision 2030 is the country’s long-term development blueprint that was launched in 2008 and is anchored on three pillars, economic, social and political developments.

The policy seeks ...

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