Garissa Township Member of Parliament Hon Aden Duale has penned a statement of urgency to the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee administration stating that the matter should be looked into as fast as now for it is affecting the people of the Northern and North Eastern parts of the country.
On his twitter platform, the Garrisa Township Legislator has revealed to have penned the problems facing the pastoral communities to Uhuru Kenyatta's administration on Thursday September 2nd.
Aden Duale has stated that the people of Northern parts of Kenya and the pastoral communities are currently facing serious draught, insecurities and lack of implantation of the Equalization Fund. The Jubilee Party Member of Parliament has stated that the above problems should urgently be addressed by Uhuru Kenyatta's government.
''The people of Northern Kenya and pastoralists are faced with serious drought, insecurity, lack of implementation of the Equalization Fund that this Government needs to urgently address.'' Hon Aden Duale stated on his twitter page.
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