WATCH: Karen Nyamu uses boda boda to parliament, praises herself for hardwork

Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu is living up to her two names, ‘wild’ and ‘having her way’, respectively.
The vocal politician never shy away from controversy and love updating her fans on everything she does.
On Tuesday, June 20, Nyamu shared a video hopping to a boda boda in order to beat Nairobi traffic.
According to her, she was running late for a parliamentary committee meeting where she was expected to present a bill.
 “Cheating traffic. This morning I was running late for ICT committee meeting for Pre-publication scrutiny of my bill, The Digital Literacy Bill, 2023.” she wrote.
Karen also praised herself as a committed person who love her work.
“If commitment to work was a person!” she added.
Her fans reacted to video with hilarious comments as sampled below:
Irenee kalendi actress 2: Nikama nimeskia sauti yenye samidoh uskia🤣 You look beautiful as always 😍
Edna Jay: You are beautiful..Kua unasuka hivi babygal
Paul Ndiritu: Was the kanoise ya mawe necessary riry 🥱🥱🥱🥱🥱
Empress Ciku Kimani-Mwaniki: Huogopi kasimu kuenda 🙆🏽‍♀️
Njoki Gladys: This is hilarious 😂 Dame wakanairo wachatu nikupende bure, the thing is hunanga ma uslay za kipuuzi 😍😘
Trizah Wainaina: Ulikuwa unevaa Nini chini😂😂🤣🤣 hivi Mimi hukalia Na side Kama Nina skirt Kama watu Wa kabete

Digital literacy bill

Senator Nyamu has introduced a bill in parliament that makes it compulsory for learners to undertake a digital literacy courses.

This, according to the senator, will go a long way in equipping the young population to meet the demands of the current job market.

She also wants an assessment of all civil servants to ensure they are all digital literate.

“As a senator, I am publishing a bill on digital skills and this forum could not have come at a better time as we need as a country to collaborate with institutions like ICDL who have specialized in digital skills to support the government agenda towards a digital economy,” said Nyamu.

Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu
Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu

The senator, who is also a member of the ICT committee in the Senate, believes that digital literacy among the youth and civil servants is pertinent in ensuring Kenya remains competitive in the ever dynamic global village.

“We need a workforce that is digitally literate for enhanced productivity,” the senator explained.

“We also need to equip our university and TVET graduates with the skills to enhance their employability and focus on them becoming job creators rather than job seekers,” said Nyamu.

She was speaking during the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) Africa accredited Test Centre, ATC, forum that brought together various partners who shared their experiences in implementing ICDL in various insitutions.

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