The sugarcane farmers demand from the company more than Ksh 620m which have yet paid.
''Your excellency Prime Minister we urge you to have a dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure Cane farmers are paid'', SG said.
Many farmers could earn their living from the product but some of them are living a hard life due to not paid their monies from the factory.
He also stated that the factory has yet gone on the maintenance for the last six years ,saying this might paralyzed the operation in the firm.
Therefore,Mr.Sifuna called upon the nation treasury to release Ksh320m for the maintenance to fasten its operation.
Meanwhile,Sifuna said the Western regions' Residents should embrace the Luhya nation unity that will result the good leadership in this region.
He alleged that the region has been experiencing underdevelopment due to poor leadership ,as he urged residents to join together and support the leaders who have good development agendas.
He urged the voters to get registered in order to get ready to participate in the next general election.
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