Chama fights with big boys for flour market

Boniface Mbae

Boniface Mbae, the chairperson of Henrok 6 Limited,  with their flour they produce in Nakuru. 

Photo credit: Peter Changtoek | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • The Chama went into business in 2017 with an initial capital of Sh100,000.
  • Last year, they bought more equipment thanks to Sh1.6 million loan from Vijabiz project.

What started as a youth group to keep members busy has turned into a thriving agribusiness that is competing with the big boys of flour business.


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