The American billionaire Bill Gates today held a meeting with governors in Nairobi county where they discussed various issues of food security. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Microsoft founder Bill Gates assured the governors that his foundation will continue to support Kenya.
The Bill and Melinda foundations is expected to be among the investment of Bill Gates in the country. The governors agreed to work with Microsoft founder Bill Gates so that to improve several sectors in the country including technology and agriculture. The governors who attended a meeting wereed by the chairperson Hon Anne Waiguru.
The other leaders includes the Nairobi governor Hon Johnson Sakaja, Trans Nzoia County governor Hon George Natembeya, Ken Lusaka from Bungoma, Makueni governor Hon Mutula Kilonzo Junior among other leaders. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of high cost of living.Et us support each other.
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