Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja has shared his remarks on the inspection of the Galana Kulalu where he accompanied President William Ruto together with Coast region Governors Mungaro, Abdulswamad and Issa Timamy.
Johnson Sakaja says that urban areas suffer the most when they are food insecure. He accompanied President William Ruto to inspect the Galana Kulalu to see what they can achieve for a food secure Kenya.
"Urban areas suffer the most when we are food insecure juu huku ni shamba la mawe. President William Ruto took me along today to inspect the Galana Kulalu to see what we can achieve for a food secure Kenya", Johnson Sakaja stated.
Johnson Sakaja was glad because President Ruto revoked earlier plans of subdivision of the land to ensure the entire land is utilized in the best way to ensure food security for the country.
"Glad he's revoked earlier plans of subdivision of the land to ensure the entire land is utilized in the best way to ensure food security for our country.
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