Photo Courtesy of Kenya's Head of State Dr William Samoei Ruto.
Kenyans inhabiting distinguished local and regional destinations have received good news after the Kenyan Government announced that one will lower the cost of some products.
Addressing today the 1st of March 2023, the Deputy President His Excellency Rigathi Gachagua has announced that the Kenyan Government will soon shoot down the retailing prices of animals feeds.
The Kenyan Government has announced that it is in consultation with feed manufacturers to explore ways that will see an exponential reduction in the cost of poultry and livestock feeds sooner.
The Kenyans Government has divulged that its orchestrated move fostered towards reducing the cost of livestock and poultry feeds will go a long way in cushioning Kenyans from the skyrocketing cost of living once it is effected.
The Kenyan Government has notified all Kenyan citizens residing within the Kenyan borders that it will stick to its commitment to making farming more productive and competitive.
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