The Principal Secretary, ministry of Industrialization and enterprise development, Wilson Songa wants the private sector to work more closely with the government to create job opportunities for the ever growing youth population in the country.
Dr. Songa said the private sector should embrace partnership with government in key areas of developments like infrastructure to realize growth.
“The government is committed and willing to create a conducive environment for business to thrive. This is can only be achieved if we cooperate for the benefit of our people,” he said.
He was speaking during during the Vibrant Kenya Expo at the Oshwal religious centre in Westlands.
The Expo, organised by the Hindu Council of Kenya, attracts corporate organizations which showcase their innovative products and services to promote trade and social cultural harmony in the country.
The Hindu Council of Kenya chairman Mr. Nitin Malde said the forum created a platform for the organizations to interact, promote trade and exchange information on products and services they offer to the people.
“This meeting has also enabled us to form a special socio-cultural bond among members which was a historical milestone in Kenyan business perspective,” he added.
The Expo, a signature project of the council provides a unique opportunity to showcase products, culture and services on a single platform.
During the expo, fee medical checkups for visitors are provided. The Expo’s proceeds fund relief services, welfare, environmental projects, health awareness and education to the needy.