NCPB’s Corporate Affairs Manager Titus Maiyo said they were only receiving maize in four depots: Eldoret, Moi’s Bridge, Kitale and Nakuru.
As for his successor, Daniel arap Moi, his path to the presidency involved a 15-year obstacle course, during which he was despised by the inner circles of the Kenyatta government, and treated with open contempt.
Moi’s Bridge, Eldoret, Nakuru and Bungoma depots have silos and will continue receiving the harvests.
"After the attempted coup d'état in 1982, I got a call from Lee Njiru, who was then the head of the presidential press unit, and I was informed that I would be joining the then President Moi's press unit," he said.
Economy Agency revokes Moi era decree gifting prime Muthaiga land The National Land Commission (NLC) has revoked a title to a public land in Muthaiga North which was granted to the estate of Peter Muigai Kenyatta in 1992 by presidential decree, sparking a legal battle with the owner.
_____________________________________________________ How Ngong Forest land landed in private developers hands Shrewd and manipulative officials during President Daniel Moi's regime took the advantage of many legal amendments to hive off public forests, the Star can reveal.
"When Sir Alfred Simpson retired from the post of Chief Justice in October 1985 and the chairman of the LSK, GBM Kariuki asked President Moi to take the chance to Africanise the position, the President replied by telling lawyers to first put their house in order before commenting on the Judiciary.
When President Daniel arap Moi announced that an international airport would be built in Eldoret, wheeler-dealer Tiny Rowland agreed to sell, some say donate, 3,000 acres of his East African Tanning land, which was valued by the government at Sh160 million.
“Does the old man open his mouth except when chewing food?” In all the years I had watched President Daniel Moi on television, not once did I catch his ever-there bodyguard blink or make a facial expression, let alone open his mouth.
The anti-corruption platforms of 1992 and 1997 did not stop President Moi and Kanu, who were regarded as the grand masters of the vice.