Cucumbers are one of the vegetable ingredients used commonly in many Kenyan home dishes. The popular vegetable can be used with many other ingredients to make sweet delicacies apart from its use in making vegetable and fruit salads which is good health wise. The crop is widely grown locally and available in almost every market outlet including grocery stalls, super markets and many vegetable and fruit markets.
Mike Sonko today posted a picture in Facebook of Ladies Scrambling to Buy the popular vegetable which left netizens talking about the issue. Sonko went on to highlight the nutritional values which come with consumption of the vegetable as well as expressing his desire to cultivate the crop for sale since it has a high demand depicted below.
Below is the picture which elicited mixed reactions from netizens;
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