Tag: clement tulezi
After being one of the biggest casualties of the COVID-19 outbreak, Kenya's horticulture sector has started recovering sighting a steady growth in demand in the international market. Clement Tulezi, the CEO of the Kenya Flower Council joins CNBC Africa for more.
In what is turning out to be a tough year, over 1,000 Kenyan employees are set to become jobless before the end of the year. Multi-national flower firm, Finlays Kenya has announced that it will be closing down its two farms in Kericho County which currently employs hundreds of Kenyans as casual labourers among other tasks. CEO of Kenya Flower Council, Clement Tulezi joins CNBC Africa for more.
Kenya cut flowers might lose out on the Australian market as Canberra moves to implement new bio security measures. On what Africa's biggest flower exporter is doing to keep a grip on the Australian market, Clement Tulezi, CEO of Kenya Flower Council joins CNBC Africa's Arnold Kwizera for more.