Date:14th December, 2022.
Venue: Governor's Office.
H.E. Maarten Brouwer pays a courtesy call on H.E. Amos Kimwomi Nyaribo.
H.E. Amos Kimwomi Nyaribo received the Netherlands Ambassador to Kenya H.E. Maarten Brouwer and his accompanying delegation that paid him a courtesy call in his office.
They discussed areas of possible cooperation where the County can partner with the Netherlands Government.
The Governor was optimistic that his administration welcomes development investors and partners in projects aimed at sustaining Nyamira County economy.
"The County has always welcomed investors and partners willing to work with us on matters development for the betterment of our people", said the Governor.
The Governor further said, he is looking for partners in the field of common interest like Health, Agriculture, Roads, Education, ICT and Environment which are a priority to him.
Governor noted that, the partnership will equally contribute to the upcoming Industrial Park once it commences,he requested if the Dutch Republic can provide solar energy and technical training to the farmers to uplift the local lively hoods.
He welcomed the noble course to collaborate with Netherlands terming it as an idea that will uplift the County economy and make it a major gateway.
"The County government will explore further possible areas of collaboration with Netherlands to ensure Nyamira County becomes the major gateway ",he said.
On his part the envoy assured Governor they will support nyamira since Netherlands has a good relationship with Kenya.
He also reiterated that the Netherlands has an open economy that depends heavily on foreign trade and investment.
" We shall look at the key areas that we can partner with Nyamira County so that we can keep our relationship strong and also strengthen the economy because we have an open economy that depends on foreign trade " The ambassador said.
The two leaders forged a relationship that will forsee development in the areas discussed.
In attendance were: the CECM for Finance;Emily Ongaga and the Chief of Staff Dennis Onsarigo