It is now unlawful to farm, transport, or process potatoes without a license, thus the price of your wonderful meal of chips is set to go up.
On June 8, 2021, a public awareness campaign will be held, after which enforcement will begin immediately.
Be notified therefore that anyone who contravenes the law will be arrested and arraigned in court,” read part of the notice.
This now means that the price is expected to rise very fast and farmers are expected to earn more but in Kenya that can not be a guarantee. hope you are understanding me.
Any unregistered dealer of the mentioned crop, whether a transporter, trader, warehouse, collecting center, importer, or exporter, will face a fine of Sh5 million or three years in prison, or both.
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