Claire Nasike on how government policies affect farmers in Kenya

Claire Nasike on how government policies affect farmers in Kenya

Greenpeace Africa is demanding the truth behind media reports that farmers have petitioned the Kenyan parliament.

Farmers are reportedly demanding a parliamentary review of the EU policy banning the use of some pesticides in Kenya.

Greenpeace Africa says Kenyan farmers deserve to know the truth about pesticides. The organisation says campaigners championing the use of pesticides have misled farmers, who deserve the truth about toxic pesticides.

For more clarity SABC news speaks to Greenpeace Africa, Food Campaigner, Claire Nasike from Nairobi.

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