By Marcella Nyarandi
Youth unemployment remains a thorn in the flesh of the Kenyan economy. Gone are the days when university education guaranteed one a job.
According to a study by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the unemployment rate in Kenya is estimated at 40%. Every year over 50,000 graduates are produced by both public and private universities piling onto the number of unemployed youths.
However, there is an ever-increasing demand for practical industry skills. This has pushed the government to…