By Our Reporter
Kajiado County Full House Artists self-help group is the latest group to benefit from The National Government Affirmative Action Fund (NGAAF) under women representative Janet Teiyaa.
The group which consist of artists from Kajiado County received sh 100,000 to support them in acquiring equipment.
Speaking in Rongai Ward social hall Teiyaa said she has been awarding different groups funds to help them in starting projects,
“We will always support youth groups to be self-employed,” she said. She had also awarded a Rongai group sh 200,000 to equip the Talanta social hall few months.
On March this year she gave out a total of sh 350,000 to youth groups in Kitengela and Sholinke in Kajiado East Sub County, several groups have also benefited from the fund.
The Full House Art group patron Alice Nyaberi who is also a director Consumer Grassroots Association (CGA) said the members have been struggling to get funds to buy equipment, she thanked the women representative for coming to aid, the group was accommodated in CGA offices.
MCAs Mwathi Pere, James Waisha and nominated MCA Lucy Washuka challenged the youth to use available resources to nurture their talents, they said they support youth empowerment.