Miraa farmers in the country have a reason to smile. This is after a Djibouti trade delegation team is set to visit the country within a month’s time. According to documents obtained by https://iconnews.co.ke the delegation will majorly deal with the Miraa trade.
Khat especially grown in the huge parts of Meru has had no market after Somalia closed off its market to Kenya. Somalia and Kenya have experiencing a very rocky relationship for the better part of the last two years. This has caused losses for Khat farmers who relied heavily on the Somali market.
Kenya is seeking to export over 20 tonnes of the product to Djibouti on a daily basis. According to the world trade organisation most of the Khat consumed in Djibouti comes from Ethiopia exclusively.
The country has been in the past trying to expand its trade deals with neighbouring countries. some of this efforts have borne fruits as Kenyans continues to be a regional economic Powerhouse.KenGen Rise to a leading Power Producer in the region