Kanu mp Naisula Lesuuda has taken to her social media accounts to question president William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua for what she says delayed subsidy on production.She says they are eagerly waiting for the subsidy on production which is a good thing.
Naisula has poked holes on the subsidized fertilizer.She is wondering why they should subsidize fertilizer and not production.According to her the two fertilizer and production go hand in hand with each other.
She posed a question on if the production continue delaying then consumption (food) tukule fertilizer? She asked. She is not happy that they subsidized the fertilizer and not production which makes consumption to be a night mare.
President William Ruto flagged subsidized fertilizer last month and the fertilizer was supplied to the 47 counties.Apart from the subsidized fertilizer, president William Ruto and the former cabinet secretaries have approved the use of GMO seeds to make it easier for farmers.
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