The State Department of East African Community (EAC) Integration this year participated for the first time at the Nakuru Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) Nakuru Show that ran from 6th to 9th July, 2016.
It provided an exciting opportunity for technical officers from the State Department to sensitize members of the public on the EAC integration process, the opportunities for trade across the region and border crossing procedures under the Common Market concept.
Public Communications Unit
The State Department of East African Integration escalated the integration sensitization through its Legal Unit to County executives, Members of County Assemblies, Lawyers and Border officers from Tana River, Kilifi, Mombasa, Taita Taveta and Kwale Counties.
The exercise, termed by the stakeholders as a vital step towards understanding of the critical role they played in the integration process is one of the many of its kind mounted by the State Department to advance the integration agenda.
By Maureen N Ntari
The Kenyan Chapter of the East African Community (EAC) secondary schools clubs held their second joint activity titled “the role of youth in the EAC Integration” at the Moi Forces Academy on Saturday.
The colorful event, filled with creativity, fun and excitement, brought together youth from different schools including: Moi Forces Academy who were the hosts, Mary Leakey High School, Nairobi School and Ruthimitu Girls High School.