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Governor Lee Kinyanjui congratulates Oserian for winning global award

We congratulate Oserian Development Company for winning International Grower of the Year award.

The win of the global award that celebrates best practices in flower production, has reinforced Naivasha’s potential of being one of the best cut flower producers in the world.

Thank you Oserian for carrying the county and country flag high in the international arena.

The County Government of Nakuru is proud to be associated with Oserian, which has also put up the Oserian Two Lakes project. This is a horticulture investment opportunity for flower growers, breeders or other agri-businesses to lease vacant land and construct their own growing facilities or land within a greenhouse or tunnel.

My Government will continue to support the flower industry to realize their full potential as they play a critical part in the County’s economy.

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