United Kingdom, UK is now ready to support President William Samoei Arap Ruto's Administration to support thousands of Kenyans who are today facing starvatiu in what could be a good news to the Government and the general public.
According to the UK High Commissioner to Kenya Jane Marriott, the UK Government will remain supportive to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Administration in tackling the biting hunger through the hunger safety food program hunger and safety net program.
Here is the video link Courtesy the Star Newspaper
This comes as President William Ruto today Wednesday chaired a meeting in State House with the government and development partners on the management of the drought situation in the country.
This comes after the Head of State on Monday flagged 50 trucks from State House which contained 20,000 bags of rice, 20,000 bags of beans, cooking oil and assorted animal feeds.
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