Ksh. 100Million allotted for every County in Kenya in Alacrity towards the Production of Assemblage and Industrialization Parks President Ruto divulged
By Abdul Rahman Bangura-
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- President William Ruto says the administration of Kenya is enthusiastic about improving agrarian production. And that, his government will same spot the adequate local and international markets for agriculture in a bid to guarantee growers receive satisfactory importance for their proceeds.
On February 13th, 2023 during an examination tour of the Bondeni Affordable Housing scheme in Nakuru County, President Ruto asserted suitably.
“We will give every county 100 million shillings to begin constructing industrial and aggregation parks so that we can have value addition and aggregation on all our produce before getting good local and international markets,” announced the President.
“So far we are distributing fertilizer and every county has received a share and we will make sure it gets down to every ward,” Ruto augmented.
Investments, Trade, and Industry Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria had first let out the composition of the 47 aggregation and industrial parks will that ensure the aggregation of farming goods and their direct sale to markets inside and outside of the country through a network of global logistical corporations.
According to the Cabinet Secretary, the administration is striving to ascertain agro processing and value-added cottage industries in the counties in a bid to promote regional economic development and give rise to farming profitable as a means of business creation.
Similarly, President Ruto exhorted elected leaders to ignore politicking and concentrate on service delivery, warning them that they are already in office and the campaign period is over.
“Now is not the time to focus on positions but on strategizing matters to help Kenyans. When Kenyans voted us in, they already gave us the go-ahead to change the country.
We do not need any other permission,” he announced.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent