– President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to officiate the groundbreaking ceremony of the industrial zone on Monday, July 10
– According to Governor Jackson Mandago, the government signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese investors after an agreement a month ago
– The KSh 200 billion industrial zone is set to bring more than 200,000 jobs
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s launch of the first licensed African Economic Zones is set to employ more than 200,000 people in Eldoret.
Governor Jackson Mandago said a groundbreaking ceremony is set on Monday, July 10, which Uhuru is to officiate.
The Government signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese investors after an agreement a month ago, on the KSh200 billion project.
“The deal was reached with the top nine richest Chinese investor who agreed to develop industries in our county. This is the biggest development milestone we have secured since the inception of devolution,” said the governor.
Mandago added that residents willing to invest would benefit from electricity, water, security and tax rebates. Companies dealing with transformers and electrical appliances have already signed up to set up in industries in the zone.
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