In a statement yesterday, Lands and Agriculture and Rural Settlement Minister Retired Air Chief Marshall Perrance Shiri warned that problem farmers risk losing their offer letters.
Shiri said problem farmers are the ones who do not fence their farms or subdivision or those who let their livestock roam freely in resettlement areas disrupting productivity on other farms. Said Shiri
Once a farm or subdivision is title surveyed, boundary fencing should commence within three months after that survey. Farmers who continue to be a problem risk having their offer letters withdrawn so as to enable production to continue without unnecessary interruptions from them.