Government pumps sh 250 million to complete stalled projects at Nakuru’s Industrial Training Institute

The government has assured that all stalled projects at the Kenya Industrial Training Institute (KITI) in Nakuru will be completed in this financial year. Speaking at the Institute on Monday when he inspected the progress in the implementation of the Big 4 agenda,Chief Administrative Secretary Industrialization Lawrence Karanja reiterated government’s position. According to the CAS,this financial year the governmnent has pumped Sh 250 million to facilitate completion of all projects at the facility. “This financial year the governmnent has pumped 250 million shillings to facilitate completion of the construction projects…

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All stalled projects at KITI to be completed,assures CS Munya

The Cabinet Secretary for Industry, Trade and Cooperatives Peter Munya has directed the Kenya Industrial Training Institute in Nakuru-KITI to ensure all students who complete their courses at the Institute graduate. The CS also assuring students that all the stalled projects at the institute will be completed. The CS was responding to a memorandum presented by the Students’ Chairman Christopher Dikir who stated that there has not been any graduation since 2009. According to the students, this has demotivated many of them who have completed various courses at the facility…

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Locals raise alarm over poor drainage

Residents of Kiti estate in Nakuru have called on the County government to construct proper drainage system on feeder roads in the area ahead of the onset of rains to avert destruction brought about by rain water. According to them, the usual floods that are often experienced in the area during the rainy season would sweep away their businesses adjacent to the road if no action is taken to improve the drainage system on the road network. Milkah Nyawera a trader, noted that in the past few years they have…

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National assembly decries huge allocations to government institutions beyond their absorption rate

National assembly committee on Trade, Industry and Cooperatives has expressed concern over the huge allocations to government institutions beyond their absorption rate. The committee says this has led to massive corruption and looting experienced recently including the mega scandal in National Youth Service (NYS). Speaking on Wednesday during a tour of Kenya Industrial Training Institute (KITI) in Nakuru to ascertain the state of the facilities and other stalled projects, the committee’s vice chair Cornely Serem said the governments need not to establish new projects within such institutions until old projects…

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