Kisumu County: The Next Frontier for the Achievement of the Big Four Agenda
President Uhuru’s vision for 2022 under the big four agenda is an environment where every single Kenyan should be productive and be able to put food on their table, take their children to school and live in their own home.
The question is how will this be achieved while most Kenyans are unemployed and don’t have adequate skills to venture into a business? Winam Capital, a venture firm in Kisumu comes in to answer the question.
Without liquidifying it, it is a greater opportunity for individuals within Lake Victoria Region especially Kisumu to attend the monthly Business Friday which is to be held this Friday October 26th, 2018 at the University of Nairobi auditorium, Kisumu from 6pm to 9pm.
The event seeks to promote an environment whereby the local Kisumu people can involve in the national discussion of the Big 4, thereby positioning their businesses and goals towards the overall achievement of the goals and vision of the president agenda. We shall have in the panel stalwart professionals representing the various industries that the President’s agenda lie: viz – Dr Vitalis Ogolla, Mr. Martins Oloo, Mr. Eric Ounga and Mr. Dave Okech, representing health, manufacturing, housing, and food respectively.
Socially, Kisumu will be cohesive because when we focus on ‘baking the cake’; we will discover we need all hands on deck to bake a cake large enough for everyone. Politically, Kisumu will be peaceful because politicians cannot manipulate a well-educated, contented and productive citizenry: They will have to compete on policies, not personalities.
So folks, join us this Friday as from 6pm at the University of Nairobi, Kisumu for this discussion. Let’s come together and discuss and dissect the president’s “Big 4”.