Relief To Tea Famers As Government Finally Releases Payment Of Ksh. 5.5 Billion After Days Of Delay
CS Agriculture Hon. Mithika Linturi engaging KTDA Management at a meeting in Serena Hotel. Photo courtesy. All tea farmers registered with factories under the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) can now breathe a sigh of relief after the government released their payment of Kshs. 5 billion after days of delay.
Joy for Parents and Students As KCB, KTDA, Family Bank And KPC Announce the Following Good News
Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA), The Family Bank, and Kenya Pipelines Company Limited (KPC) have announced free secondary school sponsorship for students who successfully complete their KCPE examinations in 2022. The government is working with state agencies and private institutions to ensure a 100 percent transition of students from primary schools to secondary schools.
Tea Farmers And KTDA Directors Have Alleged What Uhuru Kenyatta Did Behind Their Back
The members of Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) have asked the administration of President William Samoei Ruto to confirm to them the allegations against the former president of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, that he used KTDA as the collateral damage for SGR loans.
KTDA fails in its bid to block former directors from office
The Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) has failed in its bid to bar a group of former directors from accessing its headquarters and presenting themselves as the firm’s officials, as fight for control of the company continues to heat up in court. High Court Judge Chacha Mwita declined to issue the injunction, and directed the two factions of directors to appear before him on December 7, 2022 for further directions.
Fresh Details Emerge On Why KTDA Is Selling Huge Tracts of Land To Private Investors
The management of the Kenya Tea Development Agency and its affiliated factories are now selling huge tracts of the Company's land to any willing buyer. The report emerged that KTDA pieces of land are now being sold out because they are no longer in use. KTDA shifted from using firewood in weathering and began generating their electricity supply.
Kenya Tea Development Agency KTDA : Tea Farmers Groups Receive 250 Dairy Goats
During the early times a parastatal agency established after independence to accelerate economic development and income growth for small farmers, KTDA is now a private company with small tea farmers as its shareholders. This unique ownership structure is at the core of the company’s inclusive business model.
Stay Tuned: Kenya Tea Development Agency KTDA Head Expected To Be On NTV Kenya Today At 7:30 Pm
KTDA stands for Kenya Tea Development Agency and is the leading producer of black tea in the country accounting for over 60 per cent of the total tea produced. KTDA Holdings limited is owned by small–scale tea farmers. The 600,000 small scale tea farmers are individual's shareholders in the 54 factory companies which in turn are corporate shareholders of KTDA Holdings Ltd.
KTDA GCEO Paid Courtesy Visit By Tea Reformist After Making Steps To Improve Payment Of Tea Farmers
Today Hon. Paul Chirchir Tarimbo who is a tea reformist paid a visit to Kenya Tea Development Agency KTDA GCEO namely Mr. Wilson Muthaura . This took place following the company's steps and decisions made to improve payment of tea Farmers. Teas from different factories fetch varying prices at the markets – either through the auction or direct sales.
President William Ruto Flags Off Tea Export Market to Ghana
President Wiliam Ruto on Wednesday morning flagged off the first consignment of tea to Ghana one of the western African countries trade bloc. Kenya is a member of Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) which is an agreement that was reached among member countries. The agreement allows the countries to carry on with the trade outside the bloc.
Chaos Emerged as Former KTDA Directors in Meru Forcibly Takes Over The Factories Unlawfully
Yesterday, former directors of the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) were instructed to stay out of the business matters of the Embu County tea factories. The current administration accused the outgoing administration of trying to seize control of the factories forcibly and breaking all legal restrictions.
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The appointments committee received 23 memoranda from the public opposing the appointment of several of the nominees. Some of the affidavits submitted cited integrity issues facing some nominees. All these affidavits were however, disregarded The government has been challenged to invest more in special needs education, to ensure equity and equality in access to quality education by children living with disability.
KTDA : Katanga Member Of Parliament Mr Edward Muiru Pleged To Support Tea Factories And Tea Farmers
KTDA serves the interests of about 600,000 smallholder tea farmers, who are shareholders of KTDA group. The farmers are spread across 16 tea growing counties in Kenya. KTDA provides effective management services to the tea sector for efficient production, processing and marketing of high quality teas for the benefit of shareholders.
Rigathi Gachagua Breaks Silence And Reveals What He Discussed With KTDA Officials In Harambee Annex
On Sunday, January 15, President William Ruto issued further instructions to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua to swiftly settle the situation in the coffee, tea, and milk sectors. Speaking at a service of thanksgiving in Bomet County, Ruto instructed Gachagua to carry out the mission fearlessly.
Why The Following Notorious Kisii Blogger is Threatening To Sue a Powerful Government Agency
Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) and its CEO Wilson Muthaura have threatened to sue blogger Cyprian Nyakundi for defamation over Facebook posts and a blog insinuating sexual harassment being tolerated in the company. In a demand notice to the blogger dated January 9, 2022, J.K. Kibicho & Company Advocates, acting on KTDA’s behalf, have given the blogger twelve hours to retract said articles from his website and issue an apology.
KTDA Trilled To Be Part Of Ronald The Chairman Of Meru Prize Golf Tournament
Kenya's leading tea producer is the Kenya Tea Development Agency KTDA. The categories of tea are distinguished by the processing they undergo. In its most general form, tea processing involves different manners and degrees of oxidation of the leaves, stopping the oxidation, forming the tea and drying it.
Kenya Tea Development Agency KTDA Delivers Subsidized Fertilizers To Tea Farmers
Tea production in Kenya started in 1903  with commercial farming starting in 1924 on colonalist-occupied farms. The 1929/30 world economic recession brought slumpin the expanding tea industry as did other sectors of the economy. Due to shrinkage in the export market, the domesticmarket grew faster than anticipated.
GOOD NEWS to Tea Farmers after Peter Munya announced that they will be paid with huge bonus
Kenya Tea Development Agency farmers are expecting the highest tea bonus this year after Agriculture Cabinet secretary Peter Munya assured them. During the opening of Matunwa Tea factory in Nyaira, Agriculture CS Peter Munya told the farmers that the bonus that will be paid this year will be high across all the growing counties.
Good News to Tea Farmers As Government Announces The Following Concerning Tea Bonuses
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi has announced the payment of a Ksh5.5 billion bonus to Kenyan tea farmers. According to Linturi, the decision was motivated by the country's poor financial position, and the incentive was intended to provide comfort to the farmers. The Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) released the payment to support the farmers for the half-year that ended on December 31, 2022.
Here Is The Huge Amount Of Money Tea Farmers Will Receive As Bonuses Per Kilogram Of Tea Leaves
Tea farmers in Kenya are expected to receive their dues of last year mini bonuses for the year ended December 31, 2022. The payment will include monthly salary of tea leaves delivered for the month of December. According to the post seen by citizen TV Kenya, the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA), yesterday released a Ksh.5.5 billion bonus payment, for the half year ended December 2022, to smallholder farmers affiliated to its factories.
KTDA GCEO Paid Courtesy Visit By Tea Reformist After Making Steps To Improve Payment Of Tea Farmers.
Today, Hon. Paul Chirchir Tarimbo, a proponent of tea reform, visited Mr. Wilson Muthaura, the GCEO of the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA). This happened as a result of the actions and choices the corporation made to increase the payment of tea farmers.