As the country is heading to 2022 general elections leaders have been going round assisting and attending fundsdrive to improve the people's development.Kericho gubernatorial aspirant Prof James Sang joined other leaders during a fundsdrive in aid of Bureti United Boda Boda Sacco.
Mr Sang said the function was held at Litein high school sports ground and it was attended by Bureti MP Japheth Mutai Kiptergech, newly appointed AIC Kericho County Assistant Bishop Johnathan Rotich among other leaders.
He said Boda Boda industry contribute alot to the country's economy.Sang challenged the Sacco's leadership to manage their Sacco wisely and invest the funds raised from members well.He said the has a membership of 700 members drawn from Bureti Sub County.He said the Sacco targets to raise more than ksh two million to purchase a plot in Litein Town for the construction of their offices.The Offices will help them get the services the need quickly and easier.
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