Kakamega County has a predominantly crop farming economy with livestock farming taking a small portion of the available land.
The Deputy Governor, who doubles as the Agriculture and Livestock Development Executive, Agriculture and Livestock Development ExecutivefarmersKCSAPProf. Philip Kutima Read on
The Kakamega Deputy Governor (DG), Prof. Philip Kutima has said the county government is investing in farming to ensure food security in the county in the post-Covid-19 disease period.
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The County government of Kakamega has received pesticides worth over Sh.7 million from the State Department of Crop Development to contain fighting fall armyworms and locusts.
Speaking after receiving the donation area Deputy GovernorFAOfighting fall armyworms and locustsProf. Philip KutimaSCAOs Read on
Kakamega County government is determined to make aquaculture another frontier for socio-economic growth.
The County officials, led by the Industrialization and Trade Executive, Kassim Were, recently visited a successful fish farmer aquacultureChairman of Kakamega Fish CooperativeDeputy GovernorFish Factory investorfish farmersIndustrialization and Trade ExecutiveKassim WereLaban Mwanzoowns 34 fish pondsProf. Philip KutimaSamuel Ondiek Read on
The Kakamega County Government has traced 15 people with travel history from Covid-19 affected regions and quarantined them.
Area Deputy Governor (DG), Prof. Philip Kutima has said seven were at the a representative of the firmArea Deputy Governor (DG)betting firm Mozzartbet.COVID-19Fridah WarigiaProf. Philip Kutima Read on