Ruto Commits to Creating More Jobs for Kenyans Following £18M Aid from UK and Other Nations
Ruto’s Promise for More Jobs in Kenya
Deputy President William Ruto has promised to create more jobs for Kenyans following the recent £18 million aid donation from the United Kingdom and other nations. Speaking at the Jomo Kenyatta International Stadium, Ruto pledged to support young entrepreneurs and startups in Kenya, provide job training programs, and invest in various sectors to create more employment opportunities for Kenyans.
“Creating jobs for our people is a top priority, and we appreciate the support from the UK and other nations that will enable us to achieve this goal,” Ruto said.
Donation from the UK and Other Nations
The United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and the European Union donated a total of £18 million to Kenya to support its economic recovery and mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation will be used to provide small businesses with the necessary resources, promote innovation, and support the country’s healthcare system.
Ruto thanked the donors for their contribution, saying that the money would be used to boost economic growth and create more jobs for Kenyans.
Support for Young Entrepreneurs and Startups
Ruto emphasized the importance of supporting young entrepreneurs and startups in Kenya, saying that they are the key to driving economic growth and creating more jobs. He said his office would provide mentorship programs, access to funding, and other resources to help young entrepreneurs and startups succeed.
“We need to invest in the next generation of entrepreneurs and provide them with the tools they need to create successful businesses and contribute to our economy,” Ruto said.
Job Training Programs
To ensure that Kenyans are equipped with the necessary skills to take advantage of new job opportunities, Ruto promised to provide job training programs targeting the youth and other vulnerable groups. He said his office would partner with private sector organizations to provide training in various sectors, including agriculture, manufacturing, and technology.
“We want to make sure that our people are prepared for the jobs of the future and are not left behind in this fast-changing world,” Ruto said.
Investment in Various Sectors
Ruto highlighted the need to invest in various sectors that have the potential to create more jobs in Kenya. He identified agriculture, manufacturing, energy, and technology as key sectors that his office would focus on investing in.
“We need to create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive and attract investment in key sectors to create more jobs and drive economic growth,” Ruto said.
Deputy President William Ruto has pledged to create more jobs for Kenyans following the recent £18 million aid donation from the UK and other nations. He promised to support young entrepreneurs and startups, provide job training programs, and invest in various sectors to create more employment opportunities for Kenyans. The money from the donation will be used to boost economic growth, provide small businesses with resources, and support the country’s healthcare system. Ruto emphasized the importance of investing in agriculture, manufacturing, energy, and technology to create more jobs and drive economic growth. #NEWS