The tree planting programme is currently continuing in the country where leaders and residents are participating. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the first lady Hon Rachael Ruto and the cabinet secretary for environment and forestry Hon Soipan Tuya today landed in Kakamega County ahead of the tree planting programme.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the first lady Hon Rachael Ruto and the cabinet secretary for environment and forestry were received in style by leaders from the county government of Kakamega. Rachael Ruto and Hon Soipan Tuya will be touring several parts of Kakamega County to plant trees.
This has come when the president William Ruto and his deputy Hon Rigathi Gachagua are targeting to plant five million trees under their leadership. It is now time for Kenyans to plant trees so that we can improve our environment. Remember to live in peace.
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