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Kcse 2016 top candidates joins Generation Z protests


Kenyan President William Ruto’s administration is facing increasing countrywide protests over the contentious taxation measures for the 2024/2025 fiscal year, even as a last-minute attempt by the ruling coalition to make a few concessions failed to calm an agitated public demanding an overhaul of the Finance Bill 2024

Anti-Finance Bill protests, largely led by Generation Z (Gen Z) and human rights activists, started in Nairobi on June 18, the day the controversial document was tabled in parliament for debate by the National Assembly Finance Committee Chair Kuria Kimani.

When 24-year-old Shirley Ogalo got straight As for her KCSE in 2016 she thought of a life of bliss. But after years of studying to be a dental surgeon her life is looking bleak as the government has failed to post her as an intern.

Six years of hard work, sweat, determination and dreams of becoming a top dental surgeon in Kenya. Now, she has all it takes, but is yet to be posted for an internship.

If all went according to plan, she would be on an internship by now, but she has been on the streets pushing for what she says will be the beginning of her dream career.

She has now joined protests in search of better future


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