Kabarnet Boys, Mogotio Girls advance to Rift Valley games

Baringo County football champions Kabarnet Boys High School have qualified for this year’s Rift Valley secondary schools’ regional term two games. This is after they beat Moi Boys High School Kabartonjo by three goals to Nil in an entertaining final held at the institution’s playgrounds in Kabarnet town on Saturday. The goals of the “titans” […]

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Mudavadi raises Sh 8.6 million for Baringo women groups

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has raised Sh 8.6 million to support women groups in Baringo Central Sub County. Speaking at Kabarnet National Museums grounds on Friday when he presided over the women empowerment programme to support more than 250 groups, Mudavadi said he accepted the invitation because he is very passionate in uplifting the […]

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CS Chelugui sets 5 million coffee bushes target for Baringo

Co-operatives, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Simon Chelugui has set a target of 5 million coffee bushes for Baringo County to boost bean production. Chelugui spoke when he presided over Coffee Cherry Advance Revolving Fund (CCARF) sensitization programme at Kabarnet National Museums grounds, where he stated that the national government will partner with the […]

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Government to prioritize low-cost boarding schools in banditry areas

Basic Education Principal Secretary (PS) Dr. Belio Kipsang has said the government is keen to support parents and learners from areas affected by cattle rustling and banditry through the establishment of low-cost boarding schools. Speaking at Moinonin primary school grounds in Saimo Soi Ward, when he led a team of three PS’s from the social […]

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Govt to establish Sh100 million livestock institute in Baringo

Cooperatives and MSME Development Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui says Baringo County has continued to lag behind due to myriad of historical problems. However, Chelugui added that the government is committed to supporting local farmers to realise increased agricultural productivity through improved extension services. The CS urged residents to capitalise on institutions like the livestock training […]

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