The much-awaited report of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) has finally been launched with the hope it will herald a new Kenya that is free of divisive political hostilities.
The report, a product of a 14 member task-force, was launched before over 5000 delegates at the Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi. The youths have not been left out in the report also and have every reason to be excited.
Through several recommendations made, the Kenyan youth have equal and ample opportunities to prosper for the next 3 generations or 100 years.
The youth matters are captured in several pillars, the most notable is in the economic empowerment solutions i.e. 7-year tax break to support youth entrepreneurship and job creation, setting up business advisors in all Huduma Centers amongst others aimed at ensuring the Kenyan youth are empowered.
The BBI report seeks to capture more views of all Kenyans and the youth are urged to read and engage by sharing their feedback through the website so their solutions can be added into the BBI Report, which aims to give Homemade solutions for Kenyan issues.