51 groups in Kisii benefit from affirmative action

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Kisii county women representative Janet Ong’era handing over a cheque to one group on Sunday at her office PHOTO/BRIGHTON MAKORI/DAILY CLCOK

51 Groups across the  Kisii County  on Sunday  benefited with  Ksh 15 million from the National Affirmative Action Fund.

Addressing the groups on Sunday,  Kisii women representative Janet Ong’era  urged the groups to utilize the 3 funds for  self reliance, Economic ,development and improve their living standard.

Onge’ra said they will  make follow-ups to ensure the funds are used for the intended purpose by encouraging them that their lives will be improved if the money is well spent .

“Don’t misuse the funds because they are for free. Make sure you are utilizing them through initiating projects that will empower you economically,” she said.

“Don’t go and divide the money amongst yourself , instead put them in projects which will help you to generate more money which will boost your living standards ” she added

Mama county added that they  will monitor and  ensure  there is no misusing of  the money.

“Kisii women are renown for their hardworking,  I would like you to work hard so that we can as well us shine like other parts”she said

The money is not meant  for luxuries or dividing amongest yourself but for you to invest through projects ,” she  advised.

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