Online logistics firm Sendy says Kenya could generate thousands of jobs as well as improve quality of food if farmers and individuals ventured into agro-processing. Sendy CEO Alloys Meshack said establishment of cottage food industries and private processing firms across Kenya could see new specialised jobs created that will sustain demand for ready transport.
Mr Meshack spoke when he handed over Sh500,000 towards the upcoming Africa Food Industry and Excellence awards to be held at Safari park this Friday. Read more. Source | Business Daily