These guys are determined to Ensure Government gets the much recognition they need. This is what they are doing

Together they call themselves the Grand team and they are more than determined to propel his country forward, to leave a legacy even after one of their own, Uhuru Kenyatta exits office.

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What exactly happens when a bunch of young professionals meet up on a Sunday afternoon? Do they pop bottles of moet and thank the heavens of being born in the right family or do they smoke some Cuban cigars and talk about all the money they are making? Well, none of the above.

They sit down, call upon other youth and discuss matters moving this country forward. I know, a bit hard to believe but that’s it. Together they call themselves the Grand team and they are more than determined to propel his country forward, to leave a legacy even after one of their own, Uhuru Kenyatta exits office. And here’s is the best thing; they are looking for other young minds to join them. Futuristic, professional passionate and ambitious minds that have great hope for this country.

I happened to attend one of their forums which was held at the Kitisuru Manor and which offered an interesting perspective; a perspective which every young person should be striving for. The question we always ask ourselves as young people is whether the government is doing anything for us? Are there jobs, tenders on offer or even new opportunities we can exploit? And if there are, how do we access this information? Now the Grand Team under the stewardship of:

1.            Nick Kayu - Director

2.            Badi Ali- Director

3.            Jeff Kefa- Executive Director

4.            Anthony Mwamburi- Executive Director

5.            Edward Thairu- Executive Director

6.            Teejay Njenga- Executive Director

7.            Salim Kibwana - Executive Director

8.            Stanley Mwaura- Executive Director

9.            Kevin Hinga- - Executive Director

Is geared towards passing on the right information to young people with much emphasis on providing solutions rather than sitting down and whining about it; keyboard warriors if you may. They are shifting the war from just social media and hitting the ground with their main weapon being information and the right information for that matter. Just what is government doing for you?

This road map is surely going to give you the right answers while offering the much needed relief:

What more would you need?

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