The people of Embu and all stakeholders had had great expectations about what the first County Government was to do for them. Considering that the period was marked by various challenges associated with the ‘teething’ problems of devolution, this second government has put notable efforts towards the satisfaction of these expectations. The government’s dream to transform Embu into a real land of opportunities and one of the most admired counties in Kenya is still valid.
Embu County has embarked on building a KSh300 million milk processing factory as it seeks to spur economic growth and create employment for jobless youth in the region. The project aims at adding value to [...]
Coffee farmers in Embu county have unanimously agreed to now start selling their coffee to the Kavutiri coffee factory as a way of improving coffee farming in Embu. Speaking during a meeting at the Kenya School [...]
Eight professionals were sworn in as members of the inaugural Embu Municipality Board. The board’s core mandate involves promoting and undertaking infrastructural development and services within the municipality as delegated by the county government. Kenneth [...]
Earlier yesterday, more than 24,000 needy students in Embu County benefited from the sh103.4 million worth of bursaries from the County Government to support their education. The launch was hosted at St. Benedicts's Day Secondary [...]