Honourable Echesa while addressing residents of Mumias West constituency, decried a number of cases lodged in courts to stop the miller from working.
He told the governor who was present to talk to his friend the president to step in and solve the problem once and for all.
He told the residents that the people who are taking cases in courts are close allies of president Uhuru Kenyatta and is the only person who can stop that.
He told the president point blank to tell his friends Rai group of company who have interest in sugar business to withdraw the case and allow the revival of mumias.
He reminded the residents on why the Rai group of companies who are associated with the president are against the revival of the factory for it heavily depends on sugar cane from farmers in Mumias to sustain his west sugar factory.
The angry Echesa told the residents not to be blinded by the court cases as the real sugar barons may not allow the factory to revive again unless the president steps in.
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