The government, through the Ministry of Transport, structure, casing and Urban Development, has blazoned that all youths who took part in Phase Three Cohort 1 Kazi Mtaani programme will admit their payment.
According to the advertisement made by the star Secretary( PS) in the State Department of Housing and Urban Development, Charles Hinga on 9th July the detainments are attributed to administration challenges.
“ To all Cohort 1 Kazi Mtaani youths, justifications for detainments, we’re recycling your payment. Unfortunately we ’ve been caught in the fiscal time end admin challenges but every trouble is being made to pay you. It might be delayed a bit but as always we shall make good your payment ” He twittered
Through his social media regard on Tuesday 12th July Hinga said “ naturally, gava pays 30 days after services are rendered. We had a special division for Kazi Mtaani owing to the fact that this was addressing serious vulnerabilities. still, if you recall indeed last time we had a analogous challenge during same time of the fiscal time end I ’m hopeful that we shall pay this week, there are good signs. as soon as we admit the cash, we shall expend incontinently. ”
According to the PS, cohort 1 will renew coming week Tuesday together with those that worked for 5 days & others left out because they did n’t get sms.
Ps Hinga also addressed claims made by political leaders that the government had increased the payments, asking the youths to make the right decision before taking leaders on August 9th.
“ Those MPs & politicians from the comfort of their auto rooftops that told you they increased Kazi Mtaani pay from Sh455 to Sh 1000 are extremely reckless & are playing politics with you. Administrative deals are captured on Hansard, ask them for evidence of this increase. What they did was to cut what The President promised the youths during last time’s Mashujaa Day from Sh 10bn to Sh,5 bn. utmost of you do n’t suppose politics matter, but if someone is willing to play politics with your livelihood also9/8/22 you have the power to hire or fire them”
The explanation follows claims by Deputy President William Ruto in an interview with NTV on Sunday that the program was a way of designedly stealing the little that’s set aside for the youth.
According to Ruto, youthful people sharing in the National Hygiene program should be earning further than the Sh500 they admit per day.
He also indicted government officers of sabotaging the Big 4 docket, which would have created better jobs for the youth and pushed for the rollout of the Kazi Mtaani program because the election was close. “ officers want a situation where we’ve hopeless youthful people who are easy to manipulate and that’s why we’ve this Kazi Mtaani thing.
“ You pay youthful people Sh1,000 I hear now it’s not indeed that because someone has run down with Sh500, ” Ruto stated.