President Kenyatta Commisions a Fire arm factory in Ruiru
By TheMassiveResearch | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 1 views
The president in what he calls achieving the big four agenda has officially commissioned small fire arm factories in Ruiru. The factory majors in the production of small fire arms and therefore according to the president, this step will help in reducing the amount of money used in importing fire arms.
In his statements, he added that they are sure that the factory will not only boost the economy by localizing fire arm production but also provide jobs for the youths in Kenya. These small firearms factory will help in achieving one of the big four agenda that involved technological advancement and innovation.
However, a few Kenyans are still bitter on why the president must focus on guns rather than food supply and housing. In their views on Twitter, they feel that the net result of production of guns is majorly increased death rates. They made reference to an incident last year that saw MP Babu Owino shoot a club DJ.
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