The KNCCI Executive Committee Members Together with MMUST VC, Solomon Shibairo when the Chamber Paid the VC a Courtesy Call.

The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kakamega is steering efforts to ensure partnership among major institutions in the region. Among the efforts the chamber is gearing include partnerships in different areas, research and business growth and opportunities for its members. During a courtesy visit to Masinde Muliro University the chamber deliberated on a number of issues which will be handled in depth during a breakfast meeting at the University on Friday 15th October, 2021.

MMUST Vice Chancellor, Prof Solomon Shibairo expressed optimism stating that there is a dire need to introduce the students to industries as 90% of the studies are done in class. He added that KCCI stakeholders will greatly contribute to the growth of the University in different areas.

The chamber of commerce Kakamega Chapter is committed to ensure that their is an enabling environment for business growth in Kakamega.

By Wycliffe Andabwa

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