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05 Oct
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Boost for Nakuru investors conference as Governor Lee signs agreement with KNCCI

NGPU-Governor Lee Kinyanjui and Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) chairperson Kiprono Kittony have signed a partnership agreement on the Nakuru International Investors Conference (NIICO) to be held from November 29 to December 1, 2018 in Naivasha.

The signing took place yesterday evening when Mr. Kittony met with the Governor.

The County boss thanked KNCCI for offering their support, noting that the chamber has links to local and international investors.

He said the conference will boost trade and showcase the unlimited opportunities Nakuru has, ” the Governor said.

He assured Mr. Kittony of the County Government’s support to the Nakuru business community.

“We are particularly keen to ensure suppliers to the County are paid within two weeks after delivery, and they will receive communication incase there is any delay in the payment, ”the Governor said.

Mr. Kittony congratulated Nakuru for having a friendly tax regime and good governance.

He said the County has huge potential and promised to mobilise KNCCI members and investors to attend the conference.

He also congratulated the County for paying the pending bills.

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28 Apr
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Olenguruone hospital to get Sh150m upgrade

Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui was with Deputy President H.E Hon. William Ruto and a host of local leaders in Olenguruone today during the official opening of Mavuno Daima Sacco Plaza owned by Olenguruone Cooperative Society.

Governor Kinyanjui congratulated the Sacco on their achievements. He said the County will support farmers with AI services through saccos to improve their breed.

He said pyrethrum revival is on course and an American company, Kentegra is investing Sh400m in pyrethrum farming. They are also distributing seedlings to farmers.

“The County Government of Nakuru will channel Sh50million to Olenguruone health facility to improve service delivery. As leaders we support the Deputy President in all his endeavours,” he said.

The Deputy President said the National Government will add another Sh100million to the Olenguruone hospital.

The DP said the government will help the cooperative to ensure they can engage in milk processing.

He said the National Government will rehabilitate roads in Kuresoi South, Kuresoi North and Molo to ensure farmers are able to access markets.

The National Government will also work with the County Government to rehabilitate Olenguruone stadium.

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