Kinshasa, November 1st, 2021 (CPA), – The president of the Chamber of Agriculture, Fishing, Livestock, Forest and Innovation (CAPEFI) Dan Kuba, closed on Saturday, under a good note, the agricultural market of 3 (three) days which was held in the municipality of Limete in Kinshasa, in order to facilitate farmers and market gardeners to sell their products and thus contribute to the fight against food insecurity in the capital.
The population living in the neighborhoods surrounding the municipality of Limete welcomed the organization of this temporary market where several everyday consumer products were displayed and sold, such as tomatoes, eggplants, vegetables, fruits, pork meat. etc. The various farmers who took part in this agricultural market came from the agricultural sites of Kinshasa and the Kongo Central province, more specifically the city of Kasangulu. The organization of this sale in Kinshasa, according to Mr. Kuba, was intended, among other things, to allow people to consume organic and also to buy products directly from producers, without going through intermediaries.
Also, argued Dan Kuba, the chamber of agriculture, fishing, livestock and forestry and innovation, through this market, wanted to help farmers to improve and increase, not only their productions, but also, to retain their customers. As a reminder, this market opened on Thursday October 28th and closed on Saturday October 30th. ACP