The Azimio la Umoja nominated senator Sabina Chege Spotted in Rome Alongside Kenya Kwanza leaders attending high profile meeting today. The legislator stated on her Facebook page that she was attending food and agriculture organization meeting which is happening in Rome as a member of agriculture committee.
According to the legislator, she was attending the Food and Agriculture Organization meeting in Rome at her capacity as member of the agriculture committee in the national assembly. She further wrote that it's with much pleasure to attend to the meeting which is set to educate the leaders on how to ensure that agriculture is helping kenya curb food insecurity.
In the meeting as seen in the photos the Azimio leader was spotted alongside the agriculture Cabinet secretary Mithika Linturi and Ken Lusaka among others. She also said that the move is to ensure that precautions are taken during the drought season which affected kenya this season.
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