Kenyans have been eagerly waiting for the government to announce and fulfill the promise concerning the cheap fertilizer as promised by president William Ruto and Kenya Kwanza. Apparently, this has been a major factor affecting Kenyans and recently, Ruto revealed that since it's somehow hard for the government to reduce flour prices, they'll reduce the fertilizer prices so that we can focus on producing maize locally for our own consumption. Today, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua had some good news to farmers who have been looking forward to receiving this good message. As reported by Citizen TV, Rigathi said that they have sent a pretty good amount of fertilizer to several places and apparently the process will go on until when all counties will receive it. The government prioritized and decided to consider regions that are having their second planting season this year. These regions were listed as the first ones to receive cheap fertilizer for their planting. DAP will now sell at Ksh3500, CAN at Ksh2875, UREA will be sold at Ksh3500, NPK at Ksh3275, MOP at Ksh1775 and sulphate ammonia will go at Ksh2220. Source, Citizen TV.
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