§ 32. Mr. Turton
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether the new aid agreement with the Kenya Government has yet been concluded; and whether it includes a provision for the purchase of farms owned by British citizens.
§ Mr. Wood
As my predecessor announced on 15th April, 1970, a programme of further British aid for Kenya was agreed between the two Governments earlier that month. This programme included £3.75 million to enable the Kenya 7W Government to make further purchases of British-owned farms for settlement and other purposes. Discussions about implementing this agreement are proceeding between the two Governments.—[Vol. 799, c. 257–8.]