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County applauded for supporting Devolution.

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Kisii county Governor James Ongwae with PS devolution Charles Sunguli during the inspection of ongoing projects within the County [Photo Brighton Makori Gusii star ]

By Brighton Makori

Kisii county Government has been applauded for supporting Devolution through well utilization of resources given from National Government and grants.

Addressing the press on Tuesday at Kisii Agricultural training Center while inspecting ongoing projects PS devolution Charles Sunguli, he noted the country has achieved greatly since the inception of Devolution.

As the country is marking 10 years of devolution and through it Kenyans have greatly benefited, and its evidently seen here in Ksii country” Said Ps

Among the projects the PS inspected are farmers resource Center and the Banana Factory at the facility which are funded by the European Union through world bank in partnership with County and National Governments.

He also said that the farmers resource is a hab that will not only benefit farmers from Kisii but farmers of Narok, Kericho, Homabay, Migori and Nyamira counties.
Mr. Sunguli added that Kisii county qualified for the funds after they met the criteria which was being put in place.

“The facility will also help farmers in capacity building and this will improve their production” He added


In his part Kisii Governor James Ongwae, he said that the projects will help in addressing food security and capacity building for the farmers.

The county boss noted that the centre will provide training facilities to the farmers on an all-round capacity building in livestock, crop production, fisheries, agroforestry, agri-business among other value chain as well as enhance and increase farmers’ knowledge on agricultural production and value addition .

“As Government we remain Committed in ensuring this life changing projects are completed in time” Ongwae said

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