Mumias Sugar to start milling on Friday

Mumias Sugar Company a once milling giant in the country is set to kick it’s operation on Friday afternoon.

According to reports the company which is under receivership by KCB had its power supply reconnected on Wednesday ready to swing back into milling.

The receiver manager Ponangipalli Venketa Ramana Rao, who spoke to Daily Nation confirmed the development saying Ethanol Production will kick off on Friday as planned.

Mumias Sugar Company

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“We are set to start ethanol production by Friday as we are finalising plans to resume milling operations. Everything is so far moving according to plan,” said Mr Rao.

The financial struggle company in 2019 sacked all its employees after the firm went into receivership under the Kenya Commercial Bank.

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“Consequent to the company being placed in receivership, all employees contracts stand terminated from the date of receivership,” a letter dated November 5 and signed by the receiver-manager read.



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