According to the sources we have on hand, President William Ruto attended a high-profile event this morning that was hosted by the Twiga Foods Company.
The President spoke passionately on the need for a clean and safe environment to guarantee the safety of even the food that millions of Kenyans eat.
The Nairobi River has been a cesspool for trash and other poisons that come from businesses and people who dump their toxins there.
According to the trustworthy sources we have from President William Ruto, a team will be constituted this morning to oversee the cleaning and repair of the Nairobi River.
To ensure that the river's cleanliness is restored, the President has declared that he will name the Nairobi Rivers Commission by Friday.
By this Friday, I, President William Ruto, will name the Nairobi Rivers Commission, which will be in charge of removing the trash from Nairobi's rivers. In his remarks, President William Ruto said.
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