Cooperatives and Enterprise Development CECM Ms. Esther Mutai has challenged members of cooperatives societies who are yet to buy their individual shares to move with speed.
She said that the actual construction of the milling plant has kicked off and more funds are required as time goes by.
Mutai noted that the union was just about to issue share certificate to individual shareholders and the need for those who are yet to buy theirs was key in financing the ambitious multi-million milling plant, the first-ever in the County.
“Kindly take note of the deadline in the construction of this milling plant….. let us buy these shares to avoid strategic investors coming.” Said Ms.Mutai.
She challenged the young generation to come forward and buy the shares.
“Our father’s bought land for us… What investment are you putting for the coming generation?”The departmental head asked the youths.
Speaking in a well-attended farmers field day in Kaptait, Soy Ward in Soy Sub-County, the CEC assured farmers of their investment safety as the department keeps two separate records of the plant.