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KHALID: Kenyan youth are a lost generation

The responsibility of raising the young is shared between parents and teachers.

In Summary

•According to a recent report, 88 young Kenyans between the age of 18 and 24 are contracting HIV/AIDS daily in the country.

• These are students in high schools and universities across our learning institutions.

This week, social media was abuzz with pictures of young high school students who were apparently partying excessively when they got arrested and taken to police cells.

The students, who ...