Kwale woman representative Zuleikha Juma is set to distribute 40 motor cycles to youths groups across Kwale County through National government affirmative action fund NGAAF.
National government affirmative action fund are under county women representatives offices across the country.
Juma who received the motorcycles on Wednesday for distribution from a contracted supplier said that 40 youth’s groups across the 20 wards in Kwale will benefit.
She said that the project is set to benefit the youths by ensuring through daily earning they improve their economic livelihood.
“The motorcycles belong to 40 groups who had applied through NGAAF office, under county women representative office from all the 20 wards in Kwale County,” she said.
She said that the project is among others that she promised electorates during campaign especially for empowering the youths to be self-reliant using NGAAF kitty.
Kwale county NGAAF coordinator Victor Nyanje said that the BodaBoda project cost Sh4.4 million and is expected to be distributed to beneficial groups in three weeks’ time.
He encouraged groups that have applied for NGAAF to be patient since the process of approval takes time.
Kwale county women representative Zuleikha Juma has already distributed Sh10, 441,500 cheques to women, youths and people living with special abilities for various economic projects across the 20 wards in Kwale.