Share 'Kenya sleeps, Uganda wakes up and smells the coffee'
By Charles Onyango-Obbo
Source: The East African
A few days ago, there was a story tucked away inside Kenya’s Standard newspaper.
It said coffee factories in western Kenya had closed, because farmers were no longer selling the beans to them. They were selling it to, wait for it, Uganda!
In Uganda, they were quoted saying, they were getting the equivalent of Ksh100 ($1) per kilo. At home, howeve…
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