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CS Kobia visits Korogocho playground
Public Service Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Professor Margaret Kobia, visited Korogocho playgrounds to oversee the rehabilitation of the facility as directed by HE President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday, 26th February 2017 during the FIFA World Cup Trophy Reception Ceremony at State House Nairobi.
Cabinet Secretary Prof. Margaret Kobia and Melinda Gates team
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Change of guard at State Department of Gender Affairs
Newly appointed Gender Affairs Principal Secretary Safina Kweke officially assumed office from the out-going PS Mwanamaka Mabruki at a brief handover ceremony held at State Department of Gender Affairs Boardroom, Telposta Tower.
Kenya Girl Guides Association marks World Thinking Day celebrations
Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Prof. Margaret Kobia, joined the First Lady Mrs. Margaret Kenyatta who presided over the Kenya Girl Guides Association World Thinking Day Celebrations, at All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.
Swearing of Cabinet Secretaries at statehouse
HE Hon.Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H. President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander In Chief of the Defence Forces and the Cabinet Secretaries including Prof.Margaret Kobia at the statehouse on the swearing in day
Handing over by the outgoing Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Sicily Kariuki
Handing over by the outgoing Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Sicily Kariuki to the new Cabinet Secretary Professor Margaret Kobia.Looking on are Hon.Rechel Shebesh,Chief Administrative Secretary and the Principal Secretary Public Service and Youth Affairs Ms. Lillian Omollo
HE and the leadership of the Ministry
HE Hon.Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H. President of the Republic of Kenya and Commander In Chief of the Defence Forces With the leadership of the Ministry during the National Youth Service Recruits passing-out parade at the National Youth Service College, Gilgil on 16th February, 2018

Western Kenya residents applaud Government for its development record

Western Kenya residents applaud Government for its development record
Shianda, Mumias East March 25, 2017
Residents of Navakholo, Matungu and Mumias East constituencies in Western Kenya have expressed their sincere gratitude to the government under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta for fulfiling its development pledges to them.
The jubilant residents had turned out in large numbers to witness the launching of the National Youth Service (NYS) Youth Empowerment Program presided over by the Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs, Mrs. Sicily Kariuki in Navakholo, Matungu and Mumias East constituencies.
The leaders who accompanied the CS during her itinerary in the region included MPs Emmanuel Wangwe, (Navakholo), David Were, (Matungu) and Benjamin Washiali (Mumias East) who pledged their loyalty to the government which they noted had done a lot in terms of development to the residents in the last four years.
The MPs cited infrastructural development such as road network, construction of Technical Training Institutes, Hospitals, and the last mile electricity connectivity as some of the projects they have witnessed.
In her remarks during the launches, CS Kariuki pointed out that the government is harnessing out the potential of the cohorts in its efforts to push for a youth driven economy.
Addressing NYS cohorts, Mrs. Kariuki asserted that they had desirable qualities that could only be used wisely by engaging in production, farming, construction and the entrepreneurial sector among others in the country.
"You have the energy, creativity and passion and you know what you want for your future. You are who we need to drive the economy of our country to the nextlevel as the future belongs to you,” she advised.

Giving life examples of the success stories to the cohorts and resident, the Cabinet Secretary termed the program as having magic touch to its beneficiaries transforming their livelihoods.
Revisiting the challenges that the program had to endure, Mrs. Kariuki appointed the cohorts to be her goodwill ambassadors and defenders of its good work from the detractors who would not like to see them progressing.
“As my goodwill ambassadors I task you with the responsibility to jealously guard this program which is meant to enable you achieve socio-economic empowerment," the CS said in conclusion.

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