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Kenyatta Authorized Cereals Produce Board To Open Buying Centres And Stores To Receive Maize


The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta has directed the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture to authorize the National and Cereals Produce Board through the Strategic Food Reserve to immediately open in coordination with respective County governments, open buying centres and stores to receive maize from farmers across the country. Check also: Uhuru Kenyatta Approves Seven Bills Including One Which Rehabilitates National Youth Service ...

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Bryan White Foundation Starts Agricultural Investment Plans At Kawanda Research Station

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Self proclaimed socialite and money bags, Bryan White yesterday during the day catalyzed his podium workers to visit Kawanda Recreation research station. Check also: Artificial Intelligence Is Revolutionising Agriculture The main reason why they existed in that place was to unveil new agricultural skills that will help in teaching people who are linked to farming. Therefore while speaking to the public, ...

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Wefarm Launches Champion Farmer Award For Farmers Driving Agricultural Knowhow Countrywide


Uganda– Ahereza Asheri, a maize farmer from Busheny, Western Uganda, has been named by Wefarm as a Champion Farmer, having more than doubled his own output and led the way in raising the productivity of his fellow farmers on the Wefarm network. Wefarm, which provides more than a million East African smallholders with a digital platform for share farming knowhow, ...

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Meet The 35 Year Old Nigerian Who Owns The 2nd Largest Rice Farm

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Nigerians consume more than 5 million metric tons of rice every year,[9] with a significant portion of its consumption needs sourced from imports.[4] Rotimi Williams WMB -6.15%, an ambitious 35 year-old Nigerian entrepreneur and rice farmer, is on a quest to change that. Check also: Meet The 22-Year-Old Kenyan Woman Who Built A Multi-million Business In Only 6 Months Williams, a ...

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