Ahero and Wanyororo Markets Set to Transform Business Landscape in Bahati Ward

Touring Ahero and Wanyororo markets

Vegetable and clothes traders in Ahero and Wanyororo areas within Bahati Ward are poised to enjoy a more conducive working environment upon the completion of market projects in both locations. The comprehensive projects include the proposed construction of market sheds and the implementation of basic sanitation facilities.

During the official launch of these transformative initiatives, Nakuru County Trade Executive Hon Stephen Kuria expressed that upon completion, the markets will not only offer ample trading space but also create a clean and organized business environment for vendors. This strategic move aligns with Governor Susan Kihika’s agenda to stimulate trade and business growth by constructing additional markets in each sub-county, equipped with essential amenities to foster a conducive environment for work and safe economic development.

The event saw the presence of key figures, including Bahati Ward MCA Grace Mwathi, market superintendent Samuel Maina, Bahati Ward Administrator Rose Wanjiku, and contractors, emphasizing the collaborative effort invested in enhancing the local business landscape.

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