In his official tweeter account, Uasin Gishu women representative Hon Gladys Boss Shollei alleged that today she joined the farmers of Uasin Gishu County where Agriculture CS Peter Munya addressed the issue of increased prices of fertilizer. She alleged that farmers can afford a smile now after the government agreed to reduce the price of 50kgs bag to Ksh 2800.Gladys Shollei has been very tough on the government over the increase in prices of essential commodities. She hails from Uasin Gishu where majority of the residence are farmers and who have been greatly influenced by the increase in the prices of fertilizer. She has been blaming the government for failing to support Kenyans who are suffering due to high cost of living. However, Kenyans have reacted by asking her whether she has started seeing anything positive from the government. Other fails to understand if the decrease in of prices of fertilizer will help much yet there is no fuels to power the tractors that are used in the farms.Its has been a rare occurrence to Hon Gladys Boss Shollei to support a move by the government as she has been an ardent supporter of DP William Ruto and they have been criticising it.
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