EALA Mp who also once served as Tigania East legislator, Hon Mpuru Aburi today officially opened his Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs factory in Kenya. Aburi was an Mp for one term from 2013 to 2017.He was elected on an Orange Democratic Movement party ticket.Posting on his Facebook account, South Imenti Member of Parliament Kathuri Murungi congratulated Aburi for opening the factory in the country claiming it is the best way to grow the economy.Murungi further advised county governments to start cottage factories which he claimed aid in value addition for farm products. The event was attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga.Because of his outspoken style, Mpuru Aburi stood as one of the most recognizable first term MPs in the 11th parliament. In 1992, he was elected councillor in Meru Municipality on Ford Kenya ticket."Congratulations Hon. Mpuru Aburi for this good step to set up LED bulbs factory in Kenya. This is the way to grow our economy thorough establishment of Cottage Industries. Our Counties should be at the fore front by starting cottage industries for value addition of our farm products like bananas, fruits, vegetables, veve" posted Kathuri Murungi in his official facebook page.
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