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Uhuru launches Nairobi Show

The seven-day event runs from late September to early October every year

In Summary

• NITF is one of the largest trade fairs in the East African region

The patron of the ASK H.E the president Uhuru Kenyatta is welcomed by ASK national chairman Annabell Kiriinya and Nairobi branch chairman Joseph Mugo
The patron of the ASK H.E the president Uhuru Kenyatta is welcomed by ASK national chairman Annabell Kiriinya and Nairobi branch chairman Joseph Mugo
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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday launched the Nairobi International Trade Fair.

NITF is one of the largest trade fairs in the East African region. It is a seven-day event that runs from late September to early October every year.

Present were Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, in attendance was ASK national chairman Annabell Kiriinya and Nairobi branch chairman Joseph Mugo.

The NITF offers opportunities for regional, continental and global exhibitors to display and demonstrate their services and products. Also gives visitors an opportunity to meet interact and exchange ideas and experiences.

Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko
Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko
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Kephis MD Dr Esther Kimani displays a stem cutting technique
Kephis MD Dr Esther Kimani displays a stem cutting technique
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Jkuat student Mary Kimiri explains to a farmer how cricket rearing is beneficial.
Jkuat student Mary Kimiri explains to a farmer how cricket rearing is beneficial.
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Hope Kimani from Kenya Seeds Company gives a farmer some vegatable seeds
Hope Kimani from Kenya Seeds Company gives a farmer some vegatable seeds
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Nakuru Tinga Machines director Gibson Githaiga shows how a chopper machine grinds animal foods
Nakuru Tinga Machines director Gibson Githaiga shows how a chopper machine grinds animal foods
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