Prince Sultan Bin Nasser Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud has sued three Kenyans he accuses of forging his signature and transferring ownership of a multi-billion shilling company that has leased 100,000 acres at Galana, Kilifi County, to cultivate sugarcane.
Saudi Undersecretary of the Ministry of Agriculture Dr. Jabir Al -Sugari has hailed the available investment opportunities and concessions in Sudan particularly in the agricultural and mineral fields and other spheres.
Businessman claims 50% of Saudi investors in Ethiopia have left the country, some leaving behind their farms and others selling them. He says many do not want to return for fear of being framed for crimes they did not commit.
Sudan is hosting the agriculture ministers from Egypt and Saudi Arabia for discussions on a proposal made by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir to use his country’s vast fertile lands to achieve Arab food security.