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The High Court Of Kenya In Bomet Has Granted Conservatory Orders To Tea Sector

The High court Of Kenya in Bomet has given a ruling dated 18th of May 2021, granting Conservatory orders on the petition Made on some retrogresive section of the tea act.

"It is our prayers that these reforms be undertaken strategically to ensure retrogresive clause, which will be in the long run have negative impacts on the sector, are not included," GOVERNOR Hon. Hillary Barchok Said.

The ruling has given its beneficiaries an opportunity to conclude their Iranian deal on direct sales.

"Contention that if the conservatory orders are not granted, the act will be implemented occasioning the tea industry very large cost implications which still affect the Kenya Economy in which tea accounts for 22% of the country's foreign exchange earnings," part of document's Declaration.

Hon. Barchok claims smooth progress on Agriculture within Bomet County if the ruling is undertaken strategically. However, there has been several petitions on tea sector but thanks to His Excellency Hillary Barchok for making an effort to initiate the Reformation act.

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