Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa has shared details of a maize milling project he has started for his constituency residents through his twitter.
According to Hon Barasa, the sifted maize milling plant will offer quality and affordable milling services and will seek to empower the residents of Kimilili constituency economically.
"We are scheduled to get fortification marks from KEBS to herald the beginning of commercial milling by early next year," wrote the Jubilee MP.
The project is funded by the MP's foundation, DWB. Didmus has been hailing himself as a leader who is creating projects for his people, even running the hashtag #KimililiPeopleFirst.
As a devoted Tanga Tanga member, Didmus believes in empowerment, no matter how small. My question is, is a posho mill a solution that is given to a village/market or the whole constituency?
How much of an impact will it have on the entire constituency? Anyway, kudos to him for thinking about the welfare of his people.
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