The construction of one stop point in the Kenya-Uganda border at Suam in Trans nzoia county has commensed,this will enhance trade among the two coutries.The people living around the area will benefit a lot because they will be able to trade with the neighboring traders from another country. Their produce will not lack market but instead have ready market.
The 100 million project which is financed by the African Development Bank will enable the setting up of a center that will have house custom offices,security point and a market center.This project will be in 24 acre piece of land .The security point will enable transparency among the traders.
The project was lauched by the area county commissioner Samson Ojwang and it will be integrated with the ongoing construction of 45 kilometer Kitale-Suam highway.Area MP Dr. Robert Pukose and the chairman of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industries Martin Waliaula said the project will improve economic growth among locals on the Kenyan side.
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