In partnership with the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), Absa bank is providing coaching and mentorship to women-owned and small medium enterprise businesses across Bungoma County as well as creating healthy partnerships for their grown and sustainability.
While gracing the launch of the Western Region business sensitization tour in Bungoma County at Siritamu resort, Bungoma County deputy governor Janepher Mbatiany lauded the Absa-KNCCI partnership as a great effort in realization of development and community empowerment live projects.
"We are proud to be collaborating with like minded partners to better the livelihood of our people through creation of favorable commercial, trade and investment opportunities that redefine the future of small medium enterprise businesses and their contribution to the economy of Bungoma County," explained Mbatiany.
She said that her boss Governor Kenneth Lusaka is committed to ensure sustainability and completion of stalled projects through partnerships in league with his manifesto to the people.
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