“You know in this age where so many people are struggling with their papers, am not Dr. Obino so that am not misrepresented so that somebody can take me to court to validate whether my doctorate is valid…” Henry Obino who was representing Cabinet secretary for sport culture and heritage Amina Mohammed who had function in Narok and Naivasha at the KIPPRA conference cracked a joke leaving the audience with laughter noting that it was also part of culture and heritage to have a valid degree and certificate.
Kenya institute of public policy research and analysis (KIPPRA) today held their 5th Annual regional conference in Nairobi at the Kenya school of government with the theme foundation for a sustainable economic transformation in Kenya.
Obino’s statement comes at a time when state officers are having court cases with issue that their papers are not valid while the citizens with valid papers are not employed.
” So many people without papers occupy our news space,” Obino stated urging them and the youth to go to school and get valid papers.
Obino also asked audience to venture into arts as its part of culture and heritage that also offer a source of employment.
KIPPRA who goal is bridge the difference of the employed and the unemployed have been in the fore front working with the government ICTs, SMEs and entrepreneur to secure more space as it continues to urge the nation to embrace all sphere from sport, to entertainment, agriculture and innovation.