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Firm to give soil booster to cane farmers
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Growing the crop has turned out to be a lucrative venture due to good cane prices.


Destitute Mumias Sugar workers hang on to hope
By Robert Amalemba 29th Jul, 2021
3,000 sent home after the miller stopped operation still living in the company’s houses


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