President William Ruto’s daughter Charlene Ruto has unveiled an initiative that will empower Murang’a youth. Charlene with be the patron of Murang’a youth who are coffee farmers.
The news has been broken by the County’s Deputy Governor Stephen Munania. The two have revealed that the youth will now get some earnings from the lucrative coffee farming. Munania says the youth who have been engaging in coffee farming in Murang’a have been facing challenges.
Munania spoke during the Murang’a Youth in Coffee Agribusiness Initiative. He revealed that deal will make coffee farming lucrative as the farmers will get the support they need. He noted that they will monitor the progress of the youth farmers and give assistance where needed.
“We are working together with Charlene Ruto to see that our youth farmers who are engaging in coffee farming earn something. We will be working together to ensure that the business becomes lucrative and how people have something to eat. We are working to embrace new farming techniques. Charlene Ruto and I will see to it that the youth become independent,” Munania has said.
Many Kenyans have been asking Charlene to pick one course and champion it and it seems that this is the time.
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