Former Agriculture cabinet Secretary Peter Munya has been put on the spot as his successor Mithika Linturi exposes how he messed up while in Office.
Speaking on Tuesday in South Korea while in company of President William Ruto, Mithika Linturi blamed his predecessor Peter Munya for messing up with Kenyan cofee Market in the Asian region.
He noted that despite the two regions having good relations, Peter Munya the then Agriculture CS who worked under Uhuru Kenyatta's regime made a very big mistake by failing to provide the necessary instruments required to facilitate coffee export to south Korea.
He noted that a deal had been sealed between Meru cooperative union members and south Korea to provide direct export of cofee from Kenya to the region but CS Munya who was highly anticipated to play an instrumental role in making the deal work didn't galvanize.
"But the necessary instruments and requirements that were supposed to been done were not done," the CS argued.
Following this, he has urged Kenyans to exude confidence in him, claiming that the new agriculture ministry under his lead will deliver their desires by rectifying the deal.
On the same flip, he urged President Ruto's government to ensure that Kenyan coffee is exported to south Korea to allow farmers to enjoy maximum profits.
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