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Kenyan government and export processing zone authority bonding generates 100,000 new jobs in country

In recent days investors are seen very much keen to invest their money in Kenya. Chemelil-Chemase ward which is situated in a common area between nyanza and rift valley.


Devdiscourse News Desk Last Updated at 12-06-2018 17:04:05 IST Kenya
Kenyan government and export processing zone authority bonding generates 100,000 new jobs in country
  • The agreement between Kenyan government and Export processing zone authority helps to establish new industries in a country Moreover it will also bring 100,000 jobs in a country. (Image Credit: Pixabay)

Kenyan government and export processing zone authority bonding result in 100,000 new jobs in the country

The agreement between Kenyan government and Export processing zone authority helps to establish new industries in the country, moreover, it will also bring 100,000 jobs in a country.

In recent days investors are seen very much keen to invest their money in Kenya. Chemelil-Chemase ward which is situated in a common area between Nyanza and rift valley.

While talking with media the trade executive of country's one of the largest county Nandi Dr Kiplimo Lagat says that for EPZ project county has allocated 600 acres of land in chemase. He also added that they expect 100,000 new jobs will come into the public domain as Nandi county government have signed an agreement with export processing zone authority and giving six hundred acres of land to invest in various industry.

Dr Lagat on unemployment says more than hundreds of investors are investing in the county will surely bring the high unemployment rates down and helps the youth who are completed their college to get jobs.

On this agreement EPZA chairman Abdikadir Abdulla and County Governor Stephen Sang also look very much satisfied as the location for industries is suitable because of the nearness to Kisumu International Airport.

On talking with media governor said "Nandi being an agricultural county is looking for investors in agribusiness to ensure maximum profits are realised from the tea, sugarcane, maize, coffee and the dairy sectors,"


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