Photo courtesy of President William Ruto and former West Pokot Governor Professor John Lonyangapuo.
Former West Pokot governor Professor John Lonyangapuo delivers a crucial message to President William Ruto after a long silence since the August General elections. He is behind former prime minister Raila Odinga in the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance and has lauded the Head of State for what he did to the people of Kenya.
The former governor joins the Large scale farmers in defending their local maize products to be bought by the government. In the past couple of weeks, Kenya was in an uproar after claims to import maize made the headlines.
Consequently, the government stopped the exercise and announced to depletion of the local maize before importation is made.
Nonetheless, Professor Lonyangapuo thanks President William Ruto for making orders favoring the Kenyan farmers. He added that there are no farmers hiding maize in stores but many lack markets for their products.
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