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Byline: Cabral Pinto
The Kenyan youth, under the auspices of the Youth Agenda, last week held a three-day convention under the theme, Rebuilding Our nation, Reconciling Our Communities: Challenges and Prospects for Young Kenyans, at Bomas of Kenya, Nairobi.
A thousand young people had been invited to the meting, but only about 1,300 turned up.
The youths sang, danced, ate, drank and heard speeches from Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Justice minister Martha Karua, the Rev Timothy Njoya and several other leaders. Various donors and foundations also had representatives.
Political agitation does in part generate massive sexual energy among young people, and the convention was no exception. And the Youth Agenda very …