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Kenyans Overjoyed As The Office of The President Clarifies The Following on Wednesday Evening

According to news hitting the headlines, The office of the president, popularly known as State house has on Sunday evening clarified new details leaving Kenyans on top of their moods.

While taking to their official social media accounts, the office of the president has confirmed that the first in command has sent a directory to the Ministry of Trade to work with important stakeholders to come up with an official tea brand for Kenya. This is anticipated to guarantee farmers good fortune which would be crucial in future.

Following this, State house has clarified president's Ruto sentiments on Wednasday evening that instructions to the ministry mentioned above are very relevant and a tea brand will soon be launched.

“The instructions to the ministry are very clear. We must have a Kenya tea brand that we can market,” the Head of State

This comes a few hours after the impeccable Head of State declaimed the country during a Trade Union meeting at Kenyatta International Convention Centre in Nairobi where he dipped his fingers on several issues, including, tea farming.

Apparently, in a capricious manner, Ruto flagged off the first consignment of Kenya tea supposed to be exported to Ghana, under AfCFTA trade initiative.

On the same flip, he revealed that his caprice move was because the tea produced in Kenya has been used for self gains of other countries' brands something that has come in expense of Kenyan farmers for decades as those random brands ends up getting more fortune compared to Kenyan farmers.

According to the source, Kenya is expected to export 50% of value added tea in the next half a decade which would be an increase by 45% from its current 5%.

Meanwhile, see how overjoyed Kenyans have reacted;

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