The Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Trade Moses Kuria is in Mombasa County for a working tour. The Cabinet Secretary today held a meeting with the governor of Mombasa County to look at priority areas which touches on his administration.
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The Cabinet Secretary for Trade Moses Kuria is confident that going into the future, he is keen to working with the county government of Mombasa on matters of National importance especially on the sector of building key industries and attracting investments.
The Cabinet Secretary for Trade has kept off politics and instead focused on issues of National importance. The Cabinet Secretary for Trade is confident that his working relationship with the governor of Mombasa County and others is what will grow the Kenyan economy.
President Ruto has expressed of his desire to see all his Cabinet Secretaries working effectively with all the elected leaders. President Ruto is heavily focused in making Kenya the hub of employment opportunities.
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