Ngilu Assures Mwingi Region that they will benefit from Garment making
Governor’s Press Service
Saturday 6, October 2018
The larger Mwingi region is set to benefit from the Garment making initiative by Governor Charity Ngilu’s government.
The project aims at altering the previous way of doing things , where Kitui people lived on dependency of goods and services from other areas.
Ngilu’s leadership seeks to ensure that goods that can be produced locally won’t be acquired elsewhere.
This move will in the long run end spending County funds outside the county on services locally available and will increase money circulation within Kitui.
The Garment making factory is aiming to start off with making all school uniforms of schools within Kitui, games kits, Church organization’s uniforms and embroideries among others.
The first Garment making factory is at Syongila polytechnic and is scheduled to be opened soon, with the other factory proposed to be built at Kyuso.
This was disclosed by Kitui County Governor, Charity Ngilu, when she was addressing mourners at the burial of the late Solomon Muteti at Kituuni village, Mumoni Ward, Mwingi North Constituency.
The County Executive Committee member for Environment John Makau and Mwingi North Sub-County administrator also attended