"President William Samoei Ruto took me along today to inspect the Galana Kulalu to see what we can achieve for a food secure Kenya" Sakaja revealed and shared photos which has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Apparently President Ruto asked Governor Sakaja to accompany him earlier during the day and the two among other leaders including CS Wahome boarded the Presidential Military Chopper en route to Galana Kulalu irrigation scheme.
Their mission being to see what they can achieve for a food secure Kenya. What impressed Sakaja is Ruto's move to revoke earlier plans of sub division of land to ensure food security for Kenya.
Kenyans have reacted to the news with a section asking why Sakaja. However it wasn't Sakaja alone who inspected the scheme with the President. At Galana Kulalu they were joined by 3 coast region governors Mungaru, Abdulswamad and Issa Timamy.
A number of Kenyans have also mentioned the name of DP Rigathi Gachagua. A netizen by the name Joshu commented "Si Riggy G na watu wake wanakufanya sana hapo Nairobi? Hapa Makueni County Mambo ni sawa sahani na kahawa." Some asked the whereabouts of the Deputy President. Below are more of how Kenyans reacted to the news:
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