The group consisting of nine local companies and individuals say the money accrued from hundreds of tonnes of grains they supplied to the
According to the chairman
"We are urging the governments of
Despite intervention that saw the
"Whenever the money is demanded, the government keeps saying they do not have any money yet they continue to purchase supplies from other traders,"
The claimsThe traders claim that they borrowed the initial capital to buy the supplies from commercial banks which have since seized their properties and continue to demand loan repayments.
Some claim they have been forced to sell out properties to repay the loans.Mr Appolo Nyegamehe, the managing director
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