Nakuru County inks deal with Stanbic Bank for lending to SMEs

Nakuru County Government has inked a deal with Stanbic Bank aimed at offering training and affordable financing to over 2,000 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) within the devolved unit. Governor Lee Kinyanjui further revealed that his administration was partnering with the bank to train 18 Information Communication Technology (ICT) experts on how small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) businesses […]

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Nakuru Referral Hospital to get new oxygen plant

Nakuru County Government is putting up a new oxygen plant at the Level Five Teaching and Referral Hospital with a capacity of processing 2,000 tonnes of oxygen per-day. The facility will supplement the 1,200 tonnes capacity per day plant at the Hospital which is jointly run under the Public-Private Partnerships by Hewa Tele Limited and the devolved unit’s […]

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Nakuru uses 0ver sh20 million to purchase sports equipment

The Nakuru County government has spent over Sh 20 million to purchase sports equipment and attires to nurture the talented youth to improve their skills and continue participating at the global stage. The County Director for Sports Mrs Alice Gekonde said the county was overflowing with talented youth in various categories and they want to […]

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Stanbic Bank to train SMEs and MSMEs in Nakuru

Nakuru County Government has partnered with Stanbic Bank to register and train over 1,000 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) businesses to sell their products online. Executive Director and head of Stanbic Kenya Foundation Pauline Mbayah said the bank will provide free online training ranging from the basics of e-commerce to operations, marketing, finance […]

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