Exciting prospects await Kenyan jobseekers as negotiations for a job migration agreement between Kenya and Germany near conclusion. The State Department for Diaspora has confirmed that the framework, designed to facilitate labor migration between the two nations, is in its final stages.

Highlighting the significance of the impending agreement, Principal Secretary for Labour and Skills Development, Shadrack Mwadime, expressed, “The Agreement will provide a framework for cooperation on migration and labor mobility between the two countries.”

The collaborative effort involves key representatives from both sides. The Kenyan delegation, led by PS Shadrack Mwadime and PS Roseline Njogu, engaged with the German team, headed by Joachim Stamp and Holger Schamberg, in negotiations aimed at fostering mutual benefits for both countries.

This milestone is expected to culminate in a signing ceremony in September, pending approval from both governments. In a bid to familiarize Kenyans with the opportunities in Germany, a job expo will be held in Nairobi, marking the initial steps towards the implementation of the agreement.

President William Ruto’s ambitious vision to secure 250,000 job opportunities for Kenyans in Germany reflects a promising future for professional, skilled, and semi-skilled individuals seeking employment abroad. The imminent agreement signifies a significant step towards realizing this goal