BY OMARI AKELLO
THE office of Kisumu Women representative office has partnered with the leading soft drink producer Coca-cola in a mega project that will see a distribution of 600 coke branded kiosks to small and medium businessmen across Kisumu County.
Speaking to the press at the new coca-cola plant in Kisumu, Women representative Rose Nyamunga and top officials from coca-cola confirmed that the process is schedule to kick-off this coming Friday.
Mrs. Nyamunga said the project is in line with her campaign promise to uplift living standard of her electorates by ensuring that they are economically empowered.
Her sentiments were echored by Coca-cola regional MD Enreeky and General sales and marketing manager Mr. Paul Odeyo who vowed to work hand in hand with the women leader in promoting general welfare of the locals.
The two top officials from Coca-cola challenged others leaders to emulate the gesture displayed by Nyamunga in forging relationship with corporate bodies on development front.
Mrs. Nyamunga was quick to applaud the company for its long standing effort in rewarding its loyal clients by imitating creative empowerment programs.
Coca-cola Company at the same time revealed they were considering a strong long lasting relationship with the women representative office that will see both bodies offers helping hand to the disadvantaged in the society by exposing them to quality education.
‘’Through the programe we are going to ensure that girls remain in schools by providing them with sanitary towels and other relevant requirements’’, Nyamunga said.
Notably, last week over 20 girls sponsored by the women representatives were all smiles as during their graduation at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University.
The development comes at a time the women leader hit the ground to campaign for voter registration Nyanza region a head of 2017 general elections.
‘’Jakom remains with only one bullet and to ensure he hits the target we must all register as voters and make the dream come true’’, she told crowds during her stop overs across the county.
Nyamunga confirmed that her projects were also targeting the old and the disabled in the society adding already she has worked on a plan to open up Saccos for the group.
The above group will also receive free food stuffs, clothing and medical attention that has been designed to run on a monthly basis.