Nakuru County Government Enhances Vocational Training Centers (VTCs) for Youth Empowerment

Under the leadership of H.E. Governor Susan Kihika, the Nakuru County Government is actively working to improve Vocational Training Centers (VTCs) to offer efficient and innovative technical training to the youth. The implementation of the Competence-Based Education Training (CBET) curriculum in TVETs and VTCs ensures learners acquire practical skills aligned…

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Governor Susan Kihika Unveils Ambitious Plans for Water Solutions and Development in Kabazi, Nakuru County

In a resolute commitment to address water challenges in Kabazi Ward, Subukia, Nakuru County, Governor H.E Susan Kihika revealed that she is in talks with President William Ruto to construct Tetu Dam. Speaking during the homecoming ceremony for Nakuru County Infrastructure CECM, Eng Michael Kamau, at Maombi Primary School in…

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Nakuru County Empowers Youth in Agri-Business Dialogue Coffee Bar Session

In a strategic collaboration between the Nakuru County Government and the Cereal Growers Association (CGA), a transformative dialogue coffee bar session unfolded at Menengai Social Hall. Youth from Kuresoi North, Kuresoi South, Molo, Njoro, Rongai, Subukia, Bahati, Nakuru East & Nakuru West congregated to explore untapped opportunities in agri-business. The…

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Successful Election of Olenguruone Dairy Farmers Cooperative Society Officials in Kuresoi South Sub-County

Olenguruone Dairy Farmers Cooperative Society in Amalo ward, Kuresoi South Sub-County, recently conducted a fair and successful election of its officials. This significant exercise is geared towards promoting the society’s growth, fostering healthy competition within the cooperative, and ensuring effective leadership. Mr Kibet Kurgat, the Cooperatives Chief Officer, praised the…

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Governor Susan Kihika Allocates Sh177 Million to Support Over 2,000 Students in Kuresoi South

To promote education and address financial challenges faced by students, Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika has disbursed Kshs. 177 million through the county bursary program. The funds are set to benefit more than 2,000 needy students in Kuresoi South Sub-county, spanning universities, colleges, and both special and secondary schools. Governor Kihika,…

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