KE: Company receives initial approval to grow cannabis

GoIP Global Inc has announced that the company has started the process to obtain a cannabis license in Kenya. The company has received an initial approval from the Ministry of Agriculture and is finalizing steps for licensing to export Cannabis.

"The current negotiations cover an initial lease of 500 acres for production, which can be expanded significantly. The lease term will be for 25 years. Kenya, being on the equator, provides the best conditions for year round production coupled with being a major agricultural export country. This will allow Kenyan Cannabis production to fill the need for Medical and recreational Cannabis demand for the European Union and Canada.", the team with the company says. The company expects to finalize the agreements in short order and contract to begin the process of growing, cultivating and exporting.

Mr. Ike Sutton says, “After visiting Kenya and meeting with officials in country, I’m very excited about the prospects this agreement brings to our company.”

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