The history of state owned corporations can be traced to the days of colonial rule in Kenya. State corporations were established mainly in the transport, communications and agricultural sectors of the economy so as to enhance the exploitation of the territorial resources. With the attainment of independence, the Government, through sessional paper No. 10 of 1965 on “African Socialism and its Application to Planning in Kenya” announced a series of policy initiatives that emphasized the complimentary roles of the public and private sectors in national development. 
Development strategies aimed at increasing indigenous participation in the economy, promoting development and regional balance and attaining greater control of the economy were mooted. In order to speed up the achievements of these objectives, the government established more state corporations in other sectors of the economy.

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