In Summary
  • Mr Odinga said that if the youth are empowered, they will be able to participate in wealth creation and will bridge the inequality gap.
  • Mr Walker asked universities and other tertiary institutions to develop an education system that is generative to enable students create business after graduation.

Opposition leader Raila Odinga on Thursday termed corruption the major contributor to inequality in the country.

Mr Odinga accused the Judiciary of failing to fully support the government in the war against corruption.

“It's unfortunate that the Judiciary has not been helping Kenya as a country to fight corruption in our systems. We have seen people being arrested and taken to court where evidence is presented but our courts end up releasing these people on bail,” he said.

The opposition leader said that if the country is to bridge the inequality gap, then justice can only be a shield and defender if there is democracy.

He said that if the youth are empowered, they will be able to participate in wealth creation and will bridge the inequality gap.

DEMOCRACY

Mr Odinga challenged universities to empower the youth with skills that will enable them to stand out.

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