MSEA Hands Over Machines to Chuka Indutrial Centre

By John Kariuki

The Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Authority (MSEA) is tapping on the potential of local technical institutions to transform the livelihoods of the people.

Today the authority oversaw machine handover at Chuka Constituency Industrial Development Center.

The machinery was handed over to Chuka Juakali, Chuka Mechanics and Chuka Automated Professionals Associations, who are all beneficiaries of the Chuka Constituency Industrial Development Centre.

The associations received wood work combination machine, woodwork router/moulder, welding machine, motor vehicle diagnostic machine and assorted consumables.

A day ago the Authority handed over a car wash machine to Rumuruti Manyatta Bodada Association. State Department for Trade Kenya.

The government has so far spent Sh 10.6 billion in increasing the number of TVET institutions from 52 in 2013 to 238 in 2022.

About 192 of them are operational while 46 are nearing completion.

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