Uhuru’s launches Action Plan, vows to deliver 6.5 million quality jobs within five years

  • President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Action Plan to create 6.5 million extra quality jobs within the next five years will mostly target the country’s youth
  • The Head of State has promised more jobs and lower prices that will transform the progress from the last four years into real benefits felt for all Kenyans
  • He assured that in the next five years, his administration will continue to invest in infrastructure, education and training

The President pointed out that over the last four years his administration has built the foundations for prosperity and created over 2.5 million new jobs by investing in infrastructure, roads, rail and electricity to support job-creating businesses and help farmers deliver their produce to market.

"My Action Plan will transform the progress we have made over the last four years, into real benefits for all Kenyans. Over the next 5 years, my government will create 6.5 million extra quality jobs, especially for the youth"

President Uhuru Kenyatta

The Head of State was speaking in a live online conversation where accorded Kenyans the opportunity to hear about his Action Plan.

"I want to have a candid conversation with all Kenyans – a conversation about the progress we’ve made and the policies for the future – not politics and power-games."

President Kenyatta

Noting that many Kenyans were still struggling, President Kenyatta said he will deliver his transformational plan because he has already built the foundations for prosperity and only needs the next five years to finish the job.

The President reiterated his directive to foreign contractors that they must employ locals in their projects.  

President Kenyatta said by investing in farming and markets, transport and trade, his administration has been able to build the foundations for food security, protection against drought and better transport links for food delivery. 

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