KAM CEO’s Brief | 2nd April 2018

KAM meet with CS Wamalwa to discuss partnership areas

KAM CEO Ms Phyllis Wakiaga led a team to a meeting with Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa to discuss building partnerships towards realization of the Big Four Agenda in Devolved units.

In the meeting, Ms Wakiaga highlighted the important role devolution has played in the manufacturing sector.

” We have 7 chapters, that allow us to work effectively across the country.  Manufacturers have raised various concerns within the devolution system, including inter county tariffs, taxes and fees,” said Ms Wakiaga.

The team also presented the CS with the Manufacturing Priority Agenda (MPA) 2018.

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