Agriculture cabinet secretary, the Chief Looter facilitated the carting away of billions in taxpayer money that was to be injected into programmes to improve earnings for farmers.
His ally Mwangi Kiunjuri continued the massive looting and their legacy in collapsing the agriculture sector is a shame they will walk with for the rest of their lives.
Coffee farmers are now registering higher prices for their cherry with payouts surpassing the Ksh100 mark as reforms in the sub-sector begin to bear fruit.
With the elimination of cartels in the value chain who had terrorised farmers leaving them with earnings of as little as Ksh10 to Ksh35 per kilo of cherry, the joy of farmers and communities is palpable across the country.
Farmers are advised to be updated on every changes made for better results on there side.
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