[PHOTOS] Mandago Impressed With Turn Up, Innovations at Eldoret ASK Show

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago on Thursday presided over the second day of the Eldoret National Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) show that is making a return after taking a break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mandago said he was happy with the number of exhibitors and show-goers – which he noted was impressive, given the show had not been held for the last two years – as well as the current economic impact.

Mandago at Eldoret ASK Show on March 3, 2022.

We appreciate the show management for efforts put in in place to have exhibitors and show-goers, given that it is happening post-Covid era,” Mandago said.

The county boss also praised various innovations at the show which he said would help upscale productivity in Agriculture ‘as farmers need to leverage on technology to produce more’.

There are multiple new innovations I have seen which will be of benefit to farmers based on the need to embrace new technologies to cope with changing climate,” he said.

One of the innovations being displayed at the Eldoret ASK Show

The Eldoret ASK Show that is returning after a 2-year break due to Covid-19 started on March 2, 20222.

It is scheduled to come to an end on Saturday, March 5, 2022.

Over 150 exhibitors are participating in the show that seeks to educate farmers on modern practices.

Pigs farming techniques on display at the Eldoret ASK Show.

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