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22 Feb
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(on the left)CECM for ICT, Gender and Social Services Hon. Richard Parsitau and Dr.Messo Watson(on the right) from Ken chic company having a look at the one day old chicks

A long discussion of social responsibility that the company owns the people of Kenya farmers in particular had reached to a conclusion when they handed over a poultry house and gave out 1000-one day old chicks to Athi River Prisoners Women Group in Kitengela, Oloosirikon and Sholinke ward in Kajiado East.

Speaking during the delivery of the chicks Dr.Messo Watson Ken chic company vet said the chicks will help the group to start poultry production as well as sustain their own lively hood and supply of eggs to the region. The doctor noted that this was not the first group to help since they have also issued to the disabled groups and to the orphan’s in some parts of the country.

CECM for ICT, Gender and Social Services Hon. Richard Parsitau acknowledged the project by assuring the team present that sooner or later the county government will sign an M.O.U with Ken chic company for the benefit of the community.

The Minister further outlined the technical support and advice ken chic have given to the group’s inconjuction with the county government office from the ministry of gender and livestock. Articulating the support ken chic has shown in supporting the women group.

The project will progress soon in Oloolua before heading to Kajiado Central to support Revelation 15 Company Limited.