Kenyans across the country have received some good news after it was disclosed that the father of the nation His Excellency President William Samoei Ruto held a lengthy discussion with Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky concerning food security in the country.
As per the source, the their discussion which took place on Thursday 12, 2023, ended up being fruitful as the Ukrainian President agreed to cooperate with Ruto to supply tons of wheat grains in the upcoming day which will ultimately lead to reduced cost of flour amid the growing concerns over the shortage of grains in the country.
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The good news emerged few weeks after Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi indicated that the government was looking to leverage international partnerships in plans to achieve food security.
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