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Mandera business get Sh. 368 million boost from county government

Mandera governor Ali Roba speaks on Friday when he unveiled a Sh. 368 revolving business kitty.
KNA, by Dickson Githaiga.

Mandera Governor Ali Roba on Friday launched Sh 368 million County Trade Development Fund to boost businesses in the region.
The no-interest sharia compliant kitty covers persons living with disabilities, self-employed people, women from vulnerable backgrounds and youths seeking open creative business ventures.
Speaking at the event, Roba called for transparency and accountability to ensure the most deserving cases access the fund. He said his office will closely monitor the disbursement of the fund to ensure it serves its purpose.
In March, Foreign Affairs CS Monica Juma and her Somalia counterpart Ahmed Isse Awad were in Mandera where they signed a joint agreement to deepen trade between the two countries.

By Dickson Githaiga

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