Government Unveils Uzalendo Initiative to foster Nationalism

The government has unveiled the Uzalendo Initiative with the aim of fostering nationalism and patriotism.

Dr. Isaac Mwaura, the government spokesperson, discussed a number of national concerns. He voiced concern over the decline in national pride in Kenya.

“One of the main things we’re going to do as part of our office’s major program is to help promote nationalism and patriotism so that Kenyans can love and be proud of their country and give their all,” Mwaura said.

He was delighted that the Uzalendo initiative would inspire everyone, especially young people, to love Kenya, their motherland.

Speaking to the media in Nairobi, Mwaura emphasized that the government’s dedication to effectiveness and quality is unwavering. He reiterated this even while its performance and service delivery tour continues to receive critical evaluation and input from Ministries, Departments, and Agencies.

Mwaura stated that the Ministry of Health will be the subject of a second government evaluation at Cambridge. This has shed light on some of the accomplishments in the Ministries included in the roadshow.

According to the government spokesperson, the Social Health Insurance Fund was once considered a step in the right direction toward creating a more accessible and inclusive healthcare system in Kenya.

Mwaura brought attention to the worsening situation of the general population. He pointed out that they were unable to receive medical care because they lacked insurance during the crisis. The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) Act had already been repealed. This consequently created a vacuum because there was no statute in existence.

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