William Ruto who is the leader of UDA party today tweeted on his twitter page that In order to enhance the country's food security and boost earnings for farmers, the Kenya Kwanza administration will lower fertiliser and seed prices through a government subsidy programme.
Soogum tweeted, "Do you need to be the president of Kenya for this to happen? You were boasting of the highest number of mps supporting you in parliament, since 2018 you have used them to campaign for your 2022 presidential raise not coming up with policies to benefit Kenyans. Wajinga sissii."
Kevo tweeted, "When you have already stolen money in this sector. For u own gains. Can you show ur records for work when you were in kibaki government and also the work you accomplished with the half of the government u demand for. Wacha kujichocha that u will be the president you."
Charles tweeted, "Solution is not in lowering the fertilizer prices which is an imported product but rather in stopping importation of illegal maize and selling them to NCPB such that the NCPB sells same maize to the millers at exorbitant prices. Kenyan arable land is gone to buildings."
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