They all came to an agreement and decided to donate their entire November paychecks to help street hustlers who are trying to make ends meet.
The individuals tackling the effects of the drought in various regions of the nation will receive the salaries for this group of workers.
Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, launched the project and asked for contributions from those who were willing to help the nation's drought victims.
In addition to the high profile government officials donating their wages, ordinary Kenyans who want to help have been given a paybill number.
Millions of Kenyans are starving to death, and the country's chronic drought is also killing their livestock.
The affected people are receiving assistance from both the government and non-governmental organizations (NG Os).
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