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Nairobi,March 16, 23018

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National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Center) and Japanese Ambassador to Kenya, Toshitsugu Uesawa (2nd Left) pend their signatures to loan agreements for Olkaria 1, 2 and 3 Geothermal Power Rehabilitation Project amounting to Sh 9.53 billion and the Exchange of Notes for a Grant to Purchase Patrol Motor Boats for Fisheries Department amounting to Sh 274.4 million today, 16th March, 2018 at the National Treasury Building in Nairobi.

The signing was witnessed by among others, Kaiko Sano, Chief representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Kenya Office (Left), Kengen CEO, Rebecca Miano, Energy representative, William Mbaka and National Treasury Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge (Right). Thanking the Japanese Government for its continued support since the beginning of bilateral cooperation in 1964, Rotich stated that Kenya, on cumulative basis has received from Japan financial and technical support amounting to about Sh 522.5 billion, making Japan one the Kenya`s major bilateral partner.

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National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Right) and Japanese Ambassador to Kenya, Toshitsugu Uesawa (2nd Left) exchange the signed documents after pending their signatures to loan agreements for Olkaria 1, 2 and 3 Geothermal Power Rehabilitation Project amounting to Sh 9.53 billion and the Exchange of Notes for a Grant to Purchase Patrol Motor Boats for Fisheries Department amounting to Sh 274.4 million today, 16th March, 2018 at the National Treasury Building in Nairobi. The signing was witnessed by among others, Kaiko Sano, Chief representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Kenya Office (Left), Kengen CEO, Rebecca Miano, Ministry of Energy representative, William Mbaka and National Treasury Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge (Right). Thanking the Japanese Government for its continued support since the beginning of bilateral cooperation in 1964, Rotich stated that Kenya, on cumulative basis has received from Japan financial and technical support amounting to about Sh 522.5 billion, making Japan one the Kenya`s major bilateral partner.

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National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Right) and Kaiko Sano, Chief representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Kenya Office display one of the signed documents for Olkaria 1, 2 and 3 Geothermal Power Rehabilitation Project amounting to Sh 9.53 billion and the Exchange of Notes for a Grant to Purchase Patrol Motor Boats for Fisheries Department amounting to Sh 274.4 million today, 16th March, 2018 at the National Treasury Building in Nairobi. The signing was witnessed by among others Kengen CEO, Rebecca Miano, Ministry of Energy representative, William Mbaka and National Treasury Principal Secretary, Dr Kamau Thugge (Right). Thanking the Japanese Government for its continued support since the beginning of bilateral cooperation in 1964, Rotich stated that Kenya, on cumulative basis has received from Japan financial and technical support amounting to about Sh 522.5 billion, making Japan one the Kenya`s major bilateral partner.

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Pictures by Kibet Cheptumo/KNA

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