Relief to onion farmers in Kenya as the Government Comes to their rescue

By Irene Wangui

Great relief and joy to farmers in Kenya who grow onions in large scale and small scale to satisfy their basic and secondary needs.

This happiness was brought by the government’s move to ban the importation of onions from the neighbouring countries thus creating a market for them by stopping entrepreneurs to now use the local onions.

The importation of onions is mainly affecting the cost at which the consumers get to buy the onions from the other countries.

The supporting of the farmers in Kenya will lead the country’s economy to be favourable and also will act as a source of income for the government. The government also says  that when entrepreneurs get to buy the onions from Kenya’s farmers they create a job for their fellows and also makes it cheaper thus making the economy favourable for them