Regulation alone not the answer to poor crop performance

Regulation alone not the answer to poor crop performance

Production and marketing of some key crops shaky despite many governing laws By CHRIS ORWA More by this Author Your favourite breakfast beverage is likely made of products from the most regulated agricultural produce in Kenya. Sugarcane, tea, coffee, Irish potatoes, millet, maize, rice, sorghum, and wheat, defined by law as scheduled crops, require compulsory […]

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Is Olivia Culpo dating Danny Amendola again? Exes post identical videos of fireworks

Is Olivia Culpo dating Danny Amendola again? Exes post identical firework videos as they appear to spend NYE together By Dailymail.com Reporter Published: 11:22 EST, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 12:53 EST, 1 January 2019 Their split was far from friendly, coming as it did amid allegations of cheating. But it seems Olivia Culpo may […]

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Maa royalty structure dates back to ancient Jews, pre-Hellenic Greeks

By WELDON ARAP KIRUI I avidly read Kipchumba Some’s feature titled, ‘’Genesis of Maasai Kalenjin bitter Conflict Over Land’’ (Sunday Nation,30th September 2018)and would like to further shed more light on the origin of the institution of Orkoiyot or Oloibon in Kalenjin and Maasai respectively based on my Egyptological studies. The Institution of Orokoiyot/Oloibon came […]

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Manchester gang who posted ‘drill’ music videos are jailed for life

Victim Sait Mboob, 18, was hunted down, hit with a stolen car and stabbed eight times Violent ‘drill’ music videos that were blamed for a gang murder are still being screened on YouTube, it emerged today. The rap films, called ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Supplying’, were made in the name of a drugs gang and posted ahead […]

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V. S. Naipaul, his Kenyan-born wife, me and a lone flower

Finally, I met Naipaul in person. It was in Freile, Northern Italy, at the home of the Nonino family, the brewers of a special liqueur, Nonino grappa. The three Noninos, mother and her two daughters, who ran the distilleries, looked more like contestants in a beauty tournament than makers of intoxicants. But I had not […]

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