President William Ruto blazoned on Sunday, October 30, that all youths who worked in the Kazi Mtaani program would be absorbed into another program.
While speaking to a group of people in Kandara Constituency, the Head of State mentioned that there were plans in the workshop to hire youths to plant trees.
He went on to say that the new program would save Kenya from the ruinous consequences of climate change presently being felt in certain corridor of the country.
With the thing of planting 5 billion trees by the end of his first term, Ruto indicated that the program was an integral aspect of his governance’s ambitious docket.
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“ We’ve decided as Government that we want to join all Kenyan citizens to plant 5 million trees in the coming five times. Each bone
of us, the County Governments, the National Government, all the other agencies, the private sector, and all other dealers shall join hands to plant trees to restore our gutters.
The new program, he suggested, will be called “ Kazi ya Mazingira. ”
“ Those jobs that we had similar as Kazi Mtaani will be Kazi ya Mazingira. All the youth we employed in Kazi Mtaani will be employed to plant trees. We need to make sure that we’ve enough trees, ” stated the President.
He went on to say that his abettors in the National Assembly would change the law to enhance the Constituency Development Fund( CDF) they control in order to guarantee a sufficient number of seedlings are grown.
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Following that, the plutocrat would be distributed to groups that support youthful people and women.
“ We’ve agreed that we shall change the law to add CDF plutocrat to help MPs offer plutocrat to maters groups and those of youth to produce tree seedlings.
The Head of State further stated, “ Unless we modify our terrain, climate change is a reality that we must live with.”
Kazi Mtaani was abolished on October 25 after President Ruto claimed it was obsolete and pledged to replace it with new enterprise aimed at youthful, similar as affordable casing.
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“ Kazi Mtaani is outdated now, the work now is erecting these houses, and the first people to get jobs in this design will be from Kibra, ” Ruto stated, adding that the number of youths being employed under the kazi mtaani program was minimum.