Kenya is sparsely populated

mishale

Village Elder
#2
and unfortunately, those are the most productive areas without the need for irrigation, and most of the lands are been converted to concrete jungles.
maybe we should have us living in the "non-productive" areas and farm in the naturally productive areas.

but Experts have said nothing to worry about. there is plenty of land to do farming
 

Micymas

Village Sponsor
#3
and unfortunately, those are the most productive areas without the need for irrigation, and most of the lands are been converted to concrete jungles.
maybe we should have us living in the "non-productive" areas and farm in the naturally productive areas.

but Experts have said nothing to worry about. there is plenty of land to do farming
Start us by moving to those bone dey areas
 

Sura Ngumu

Village Elder
#7
and unfortunately, those are the most productive areas without the need for irrigation, and most of the lands are been converted to concrete jungles.
maybe we should have us living in the "non-productive" areas and farm in the naturally productive areas.

but Experts have said nothing to worry about. there is plenty of land to do farming
That has a lot to do with agriculture being the largest economic activity of the populace
 

ChifuMbitika

Village Commissioner
#10
The only populated areas in Kenya are in Nairobi, Central, Western, Nyanza, few parts of Eastern, Nakuru and Kalenjin counties and, Mombasa. The rest of the country has few pockets of people splattered here and there. If you happen to travel in counties like Turkana, Kajiado, Samburu, NEP etc you will be shocked by the fact that you can drive for 3 hours and not come across a human being or any serious settlement.
 
#13
But what is more important is water. Watervis not plentiful in those sparcely populated areas so that land is not very productive. But there is significant potential through irrigation in areas near athi/galana and tana rivers. Problem is irrigation is expensive and agriculture is not a priority of government or political elite.
 

ChifuMbitika

Village Commissioner
#14
But what is more important is water. Watervis not plentiful in those sparcely populated areas so that land is not very productive. But there is significant potential through irrigation in areas near athi/galana and tana rivers. Problem is irrigation is expensive and agriculture is not a priority of government or political elite.
County governments should have initiated irrigation projects in those arid areas and increase the food security and GDP of those areas but shida ni kwamba we have greedy bonobos for leaders
 

Cheza juu

Village Elder
#17
I think the turkana water talked about is the underground reservoir.


The people will follow the infrastructure,no one should be worried they can't move freely to NEP,you can,the hostile elements their are shabaab sympathizers who don't know the laws of kenya .

Thats the reason Kdf took KMC,the region's economic backbone.According to vision 2030,the government should create disease free zones there for serious livestock production,I guess according to the recent budget statement the game starts from Lamu county.

Meanwhile,largest land owners their are conservancies, and according to a certain diplomat, people there need to change mindsets,we agree too here,as evidenced by 'ktalk arabs',mindset is the problem
 

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