Traders in bid to ban farm produce in supermarkets

Led by Mr Hezron Muiri, the grocers operating from the Wakulima market have submitted a written petition to the Clerk of the County Assembly Joseph Malinda, that if adopted will criminalise stocking of vegetables, dairy products and fruits on supermarket shelves.

~ Daily Nation

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