Farmers reject tea and coffee as they opt for avocados, bananas
By Eric Abuga 27th May, 2021
Farming of the two crops has become lucrative to an extent that some farmers have been moving to expansive land


Farmers reject tea and coffee as they opt for avocados, bananas
By Eric Abuga 27th May, 2021
Farming of the two crops has become lucrative to an extent that some farmers have been moving to expansive land


Nyamira Governor John Ngarama was an astute farmer
By Eric Abuga 18th Dec, 2020
He operated a three-acre plot at Tente near the headquarters of Nyamira Seventh Day Adventist Church.


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