Youth at the Coast have been challenged to remain focused while aiming at achieving various goals in the lives.
Renowned youth mentor Mahmoud Noor told the youth to walk out of the blame game and put their brains into work.
He said most youth in Mombasa have the potential to attain their objectives, however they later for some reasons lag behind and give up.
“That should not be the case, we have to change and focus for the better as youth,” he told them.
He said various programs being implemented by Swahilipot Hub have greatly impacted many youth across the region and he urged them to embrace the technology and art so that they prosper in life.
“Only the youth will change their script so they must take the lead role and pursue what they want in life,” noted Mr. Noor.
He was addressing youth at the technology and art centre in Mombasa.
He appealed to the youth in the region to tap the available opportunities available so that they disentangle themselves from economic hardships.
He termed the recent development and nominations done by President Uhuru Kenyatta for the youth as new dawn for the Coastal youth urging them to persist.
He called on the regional county governments to implement various youth programs so as to keep the youth in the right direction.