Ganze left out of Kazi mtaani

Kazi mtaani

Ganze MP Teddy Mwambire has decried the government’s move not to include his constituency in the Kazi Mtaani programme.

Mwambire said the move is an affront to youth empowerment in the constituency.

Speaking to Jumuiya News on phone, the vocal lawmaker asked the government to reconsider its move by enrolling youths in the constituency.

Mwambire notes that it is an overall responsibility of the government to empower young people in a bid to alleviate poverty.

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The constituency was left out because it has no slum. Kazi mtaani wa initiated by the government to cushion the youths from the economic hard times brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic

The lawmaker further revealed that he has initiated youth empowerment programmes within the constituency to ensure youths are empowered.

“I have started youth empowerment programs so that youths can get jobs. I have also given out scholarships so that students can advance in their academic endeavours,” said the lawmaker.

He, however, urged youths to work closely with various stakeholders including the MPs office so that they can access any crucial information.

According to him, some of the sponsored students have excelled in their careers.

“We have trained 93 PI teachers and several medical students and university students. 

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