Kenya Kwanza Alliance government top brass leaders have reached an agreement to commemorate the day by planting a given number of trees.
The meetings presided over by the President, Deputy President, Cabinet Secretaries, and Principal Secretaries, among other top brass leadership of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance administration, are mandated by the agreement to lead the tree-growing process in the venue of the event.
President William Ruto is the chairman of Climate Change in Africa for the United Nations (UN). This is a move by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance administration to boost his work in the region as a mark of progress.
The first Lady of the Republic of Kenya, Mama Rachel Ruto, has been at the forefront of the tree-growing process across the country. President William Ruto's daughter, Charlene Ruto, has also shown off her interest in the tree-growing process.
Kenya Kwanza Alliance had a clear manifesto in forestry and agroforestry. The manifesto should be realized purposely for the 2027 General Election.
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