Only by running for office will youth change Kenya's politics

Creation of a conductive environment that minimizes intimidation and influence of money as a vehicle to elective seats should be initiated

In Summary

• Young people are a big asset worth investing in and that's why it's very important not to overlook their influence, especially young promising leaders.

• Despite the huge success in other areas such as innovation, young people rank poorly in elective leadership

Recalling the heroic contribution to the course of freedom by the youth of 1950's and 60's, I see it befitting for the youth of today to reflect on the journey travelled thus far and what lies ahead ...

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