Tanzanian President John Magufuli has sacked both the agribusiness and exchange priests, and undermined to send the military over a cashew nut crisis.
Traders have been given a Monday due date to purchase crops from famers at an endorsed cost, and not underneath.
If this does not occur, Mr Magufuli said he will send many military trucks to gather the whole crop.
Cashew nut trades are a noteworthy outside money worker for Tanzania.
Farmers have for quite a long time been declining to offer their harvests, contending that the private merchants’ offers are excessively low.
On Saturday, Mr Magufuli blamed brokers for endeavoring rip off a large number of agriculturists and requested them to expand their value offers to around $1.3 (£1; €1.15) per kilogram (2.2 pounds).
The president says he is attempting to guarantee a large number of ranchers get a reasonable cost for their cashew nuts and furthermore with the goal that the nation does not pass up imperative fare earnings.
He included that on the off chance that he is compelled to send the armed force to round up the provisions of cashew nuts, his legislature will get them.
Following the sackings of the horticulture serve, Charles Tizeba, and the exchange and speculation serve, Charles Mwijage, Mr Magufuli named two different pastors and four deputies.
He has additionally disbanded the Cashewnut Leading group of Tanzania (CBT) and has renounced the arrangement of the load up seat, Anna Abdallah.
This isn’t the first occasion when that the nation has endured such an emergency.
In 2013, revolts by cashew nut ranchers and different dissenters in southern Tanzania prompted nearly 20 properties being burned to the ground.
The inconvenience started after brokers started paying agriculturists less for their product than had been beforehand concurred. Therefore, police were sent to the area to stop promote unrest.