The new generation Kenya is full of rich ideas. The youth are very eager to create employment; a situation brought about by lack of opportunities, corruption, tribalism and unequal distribution of resources.
This had been the case for quite a long time making it sort of a tradition. One had to go to school, get a good job, work, save and then retire. It was difficult to break even because of the high unemployment rate in the country currently at 40%.
Financial independence remained a mirage many struggled to grasp. However, several outstanding youths have successfully tapped into their entrepreneurial skills to achieve the Kenyan dream. Hard work and innovativeness are the key ingredients for certain.