The county government of Bomet is in its efforts of making the residents of Bomet happy by making sure that their agricultural produce has somewhere to go and earn them some money which can help them have their basic needs.
Today,the Bomet county deputy governor David Rotich was commissioning the Lelaitich factory for the sweet potatoes.This is a project which has been awaited for so long by the residents of Bomet as most of them have abandoned growing of maize and opted to the sweet potato growing.
Speaking at the event at Lelaitich in Chepalungu,Rotich said that the farmers growing sweet potatoes should always be encouraged to continue as it will now earn them more than what they have been earning.
He also assured the farmers of the good price which will be used.He said that this will improve the quality of the lives of the people of Bomet.He also encouraged those who are not growing sweet potatoes to take the challenge and start growing.
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