Cooperatives and MSMEs Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui at Cooperative University of Kenya.

Will Ministry of Cooperatives be merged with another ministry in the upcoming changes?

Cooperative sector stakeholders are now waiting to see if the President Willaim Ruto will keep the Ministry of Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development as standalone ministry or it will be absorbed by other ministries. This is after President dismissing all members of his Cabinet including Attorney General. Ruto announced that only Prime…

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Cooperatives PS Patrick Kilemi leads tree planting in Murang'a County.

Cooperatives PS leads Saccos in planting 15,000 trees in Murang’a

Today, cooperatives stakeholders planted 15,000 trees at Kimakia Forest in Muranga County in line with the accelerated 6-month tree growing programme in the Country. Principal Secretary, State Department of Co-operatives, Ministry of Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Patrick Kilemi led the planting where more than 10,000 indigenous and 4,000 bamboo seedlings were…

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The Public Service Commission building.

Public Service Commission announces 19 job vacancies in Cooperatives Ministry

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has advertised 19 positions for several vacant posts in the Ministry of Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Development. In announcement seen by Sacco Review, PSC announced that there are three vacancies for the Senior Deputy Commissioner for Co-operative Development post under Civil Servant Grade (CSG) 5. For…

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Kipkelion District Cooperative Union Chairman Mathew Bore.

Kipkelion farmers enjoy aroma of success from coffee as production doubles

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Co-operatives and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Simon Chelugui this week hosted in his office hosted a delegation from Kipkelion District Cooperative Union (KDCU) led by Chairman Mathew Bore. Chelugui noted that the cooperative has made significant progress since last October during a fact-finding tour of Kipkelion Coffee Mill at…

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