NIB kicks off project to reclaim rice land (Kisumu County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Harold Odhiambo] The quest to boost food security in Nyanza has received a boost after the National Irrigation Board (NIB) kicked off a Sh150 million initiative to reclaim land in the Kano plains. Speaking in Ahero at the weekend, NIB General Manager Gitonga Mugambi told journalists that plans to improve rice…


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Article: Collective land ownership key to food security – Hosea Akili

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Hosea Akili] Subdivision of land continues to undermine agricultural productivity and remains a threat to the achievement of the Big Four Agenda. Agriculture has over the decades been a key driver of the Kenyan economy as well as a top foreign exchange earner. This position continues to be undermined by the…


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EACC steps up search for investor in KALRO land grab (Nakuru County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Mercy Kahenda] EACC is looking for a foreign investor alleged to have illegally acquired 400 acres of Government land in Naivasha. Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) South Rift director Hassan Khalid said the business man is being investigated in connection with the irregular acquisition of the land that belongs to the…


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Agriculture research agency loses Sh3bn land to grabbers

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Edwin Mutai] A livestock research organisation has lost six parcels of Sh3 billion land to private developers and individuals, a new audit shows. The Kenya Agricultural Research and Livestock Research Organisation (KALRO) took over the six parcels worth Sh2,932,888,000 from the defunct Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), but it has no…


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Article: Education on land subdivision can increase food production – Nickson Onyango

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Nickson Onyango] It is a common feature to see signage of plots for sale along our highways and roads with a cache that there are only a few remaining. Almost all morning radio shows have dedicated some minutes to advertising the new kid on the block with good plot offerings. Not…


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