ODM chairman John Mbadi has urged the youths of the republic of Kenya not to cry for board appointments by the government.
This was after an uproar by Kenyans following the appointment of 72-year Mary Wambui, former Othaya MP, as the board chair of the National Employment Authority.
The authority is mandated to increase access to employment for the youth was established through the National Employment Authority Act 2016.
This is just the tear of an iceberg as the youthful Jubilee government has been on the spotlight for appointing ‘elders’ to big posts in the country.
ODM chairman noted that youths should not be cry babies and rather focus on other positions rather than presidential appointments.
KOT have for a long time been complaining of joblessness and continued retrenchment in companies including the recent closure of betting firms in Kenya due to tough laws.
Sportpesa and Betin closed it’s shops last month citing harsh regulations that do not favor them and their customers.