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Friday, August 18, 2017

Preparations for Nakuru ASK show in top gear

Maize farm demonstration plot an agricultural show in Kapsabet show. /FILE
Maize farm demonstration plot an agricultural show in Kapsabet show. /FILE
Preparations are complete for the Nakuru national agricultural show, with 90 exhibitors having confirmed their participation.
The show is scheduled for July 4-8.
ASK chairperson Margaret Anami said all is set and they expect more than 300 exhibitors to participate.
“The confirmation is an indicator that many will participate in this year’s exhibition, unlike last year, when at a time like this, only 74 had confirmed. Several meetings have been held with security top leadership in Nakuru to ensure all measures are in place to ensure security for the exhibitors and guests,” she said.
Anami said e-ticketing will be used. “Show clerks will be trained by a team from Nairobi on how e-ticketing works.”
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