Hon Lee Kinyanjui governor for Nakuru county held a consultative meeting with British high commissioner to Kenya H.E Jane Marriott who paid him a courtesy call.He said they deliberated on areas of mutual cooperation including agriculture,education and trade.
Lee said he expressed concern over the impact that travel restriction to UK imposed due to Covid 19 is having on the agricultural exports.He said Nakuru county traders have started feeling the pinch due to increased costs and they need to look for alternative ways to ensure the goods access UK market.
Hon Lee said they welcome the partnership with the UK in education and efforts to bridge the digital divide in the schools.He said learning in most of the institutions is currently online due to the pandemic and it is important to ensure students in rural areas have equal access.He also emphasized the need for more engagement on how they can increase trade between the two countries going forward.
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