The ban by Kenya’s government towards Uganda’s poultry products that has been enrolling for over 15 months is to be lifted.
This ban prevented chicken and eggs to enter Kenya’s market due to the viral disease outbreak in Uganda’s birds.
The deputy director of Veterinary Services in Kenya Michael Cheruiyot,has said that the ban lift has come after talks with Uganda confirming that our country is free from the viral disease.
Mr. Cheruiyot was speaking at the launch of a report on Business Benchmarks on Farm Animal Welfare by World Animal Protection.
He said the two countries Uganda and Kenya had come to terms to speed up the process of lifting the ban so as trade between them can go back to normal.
They were only 3 Ugandan firms that were allowed by the ministry of Agriculture last year in August.to export poultry products in Kenya. These firms were allowed having met the safety conditions thus accessing the Kenya market.
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