Involve rural and marginalised areas in economic plans
Economic empowerment is the agenda of every government. Governments are usualluy concerned with their economies and the general well-being of their economic standing. This voracious appetitive of enhancing economies can be aptly attributed to the general feeling that a strong economy is a stimulus to the development of all the other sectors. The Jubilee government should not only focus on the development and economic empowerment in the urban areas but also rural and marginalised areas. There is a lot of unexploited potential for economic development in some rural areas in this country. There are areas where there are rich minerals and other natural resources but they are not exploited due to poor management. Vision 2030 seeks to end poverty and hunger. To do this, we must ensure that even those in the rural areas are involved in development programmes.
MOSES EDWARD AND SEUR NAPONO