Kiambu County Women Representative Hon Gathoni Wamuchomba has sparked mixed reactions over post as she delivers a message to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The lawmaker has taken to social media to thank the head of state after Mt Kenya tea farmers got a pay boost of an addition of Kes 5 per kilograms.
Mt Kenya tea farmers have since been complaining over what they term it unfair in the agricultural sector.
Last year, tea farmers across the country raised alarm after Covid-19 affected tea bonuses where the price per kilogram dropped to below Kes 10 in some parts as compared to other years.
In a post by Hon Wamuchomba, she lauds the President for stepping in to solve the issue.
However, the mountain farmers now have all reasons to smile after President Uhuru Kenyatta intervened where an addition of Kes 5 approved.
However, reactions have slammed the lawmaker's post as Kenyans ask for considerations for other regions.
Besides tea, Kenyans have as well raised alarmed that milk and coffee should as well be considered as all matters in Agricultural sector.
The concerns have been drawned for farmers from Kericho, Bomet and other parts of Rift Valley where tea farming is practised.
Furthermore, Kenyans argue that Kenya should have a long lasting solutions to tea, milk and coffee so that farmers can be comfortable in the agriculture sector.
Below are the reactions that have ensued after the Woman MP made her post:
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