Kenyans have been spending a lot of money on various commodities for a very long time. This was introduced when prices increased as a result of the global economic climate today. Some consumers have found it challenging to purchase certain things as a result.
Kenyans have received some good news today. This was received when news of the deputy president of Kenya's remarks about the cost of a crucial good in Kenya broke. According to the standard digital, hon Gachagua stated during a speech in Uasin Gishu county yesterday that fertilizer costs will decrease to 2500 shillings in the upcoming two months.Gachagua claims that the government is making every effort to bring down the cost of goods.
"We started by providing subsidies for fertilizer so that our farmers could return to their fields and produce enough food for the nation. Additionally, we'll make sure we have enough fertilizer for the upcoming planting season and aim to bring down prices even further to the promised Sh2,500, according to DP Gachagua.
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