GOVERNOR’S PRESS SERVICE.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 2022.
By Brian Malasi.
The Kitui County Textile Company, KICOTEC has today admitted 25 trainees for training on apparel production ahead of the Mutomo KICOTEC branch launch.
Speaking while addressing members of the press at the KICOTEC flagship property in syongila, trade and investment CeCm Mrs. Esther Kilonzi said this training was to ensure quality was maintained across all upcoming KICOTEC branches within Kitui county.
“While these young men and women are sure tailors,this training here is meant to ensure consistency in our quality, quality that has seen us secure critical deals across government entities.” She said.
Expressing her excitement for a brighter future, Lena Muyia Mutisya one of the trainees from ikutha ward revealed her optism for a future devoid of idleness and joblessness as envisioned by Governor Charity Ngilu in her 5 pillar manifesto.
“I am a happy mother because amongst many things, I am certain now I will be able to provide for my family and live a decent time. God had a plan to have Governor Ngilu in Kitui, without her, I don’t know where I would be.” She said.
Considered one of Governor Charity Ngilu’s flagship projects, KICOTEC has continued to defy odds and is expected to open it’s doors for production in Mutomo and Mwingi towns in line with Governor Ngilu’s 5 pillar manifesto where amongst other things, she seeks to empower youth through training, capacity building and creation of employment opportunities. ENDS//