Kakamega Governor H.E FCPA Fernandes Barasa on Thursday held discussions on matters Health, Education, Agriculture and Energy with Ms Charleen Thranow and Mr. Jamal Mutunga, the lead team of investors from Gottingen City in Germany.
The deliberations during the meeting that was held in Nairobi focused on the need for Kakamega County to partner with Gottingen City so as to benefit from donations of medical apparatus and medical camps spearheaded by medical practitioners and doctors from Germany as well as exchange programmes for students in institutions of higher learning in Kakamega notably between Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) and Gottingen University Hospital.
Further, the parties discussed ways of prioritising and enhancing smart farming Programmes and solarization of streets in the County.
The Governor was accompanied with the County Executive Committee Member for Health Services Dr Benard Wesonga and Hon. Josephat Mwasame, the Governor’s Political Advisor.