Developing story :KUSO’s BBI Validation report dismissed due to lack of content


Kenya universities students organization attempt to present invalid recommendations before the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) steering committee went to ashes. The proposals were presented by Nimo Sheikh , Karanja – KU présidént and one Samuel Ayoma.

According to KUSO chairman Anthony Manyara , It has emerged that the applications were made through proxies without involving all parties both students and those in youth leadership.

Manyara who spoke with our reporters said that the union will converge again for a special sitting and agree how to present their recommendations again .

KUSO chairman Anthony Manyara

KUSO présidént Anthony Manyara claims that BBI must focus on the young people trying to start businesses and who are frustrated by how taxation works and all the barriers to their thriving.

Manyara cites that It is even more important to look at how the BBI report seeks to address challenges facing young people in Kenya. Faced with mass unemployment and the resultant frustration, large parts of an entire generation are almost lost to dissipation, desperation and crime.

Manyara is set to hold another meeting with the BBI steering committee to discuss the same but afresh on behalf of Kenya universities students Union.

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