Gov keen on local produce consumption

The government is stern on the need to consume locally produced commodities in order to promote and empower farming country wide.

This comes after an intention by government to consider a ban on the importation of cashew nuts into the country to empower local farming and production of the commodity once its demand reaches at least 70 percent.

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