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ISSUANCE OF MACHINES BY MSEA DURING JOINT ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT SENSITISATION AT SHAPASHINA STADIUM, KAJIADO SOUTH CONSTITUENCY 

To support and strengthen the operalization of Kimana Constituency Industrial Development Centre (CIDC) the Principal Secretary State Department for MSMEs Development Madam Susan Mang’eni issued several equipment/ machines to two groups registered and formalized by MSEA in the constituency during the Joint Economic Empowerment sensitisation at Shapashina Stadium in Kajiado South Constituency. The machines were issued to Kimana technicians Juakali Association and Divine Youth Traders Association.

The Kimana Technicians Association received an arc welding machine and its accessories, which include a bench rider, grinding discs, bench vice, welding goggles, ear muffs and hand-held shield, and a welding set. The group also received a universal motor vehicle diagnostic tool kit, which will be used by the mechanics to enhance service delivery in their work other equipment were issued to the Divine Youth Traders Association, who received a gasoline car washing machine.

PS State Susan Mang’eni , MSEA CEO Henry Rithaa and Kajiado South MP Samuel Parashina during the machine issuance in Kajiado south Constituency.

The Ministry through the State Department of MSME’s Development will work hand in hand with all the Agencies and office of the Member of Parliament to Industrialize the Kajiado South Constituency and enhance value addition through Development of facilities to reduce post-harvest losses. One of the key product targeted for this venture are tomatoes, which are produced in plenty.

Speaking during the issuance of the equipment, the MSEA CEO Henry Rithaa highlighted the importance of capacity building among the entrepreneurs to improve product quality and standards. He called encouraged the constituents to utilise the sensitisation forums to learn about various projects and programmes that are life-changing for the community and youths in general i.e. the upcoming NYOTA  project which will offer youths a Ksh. 50k grant for business start-ups.

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