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States New Plan Revealed To End Famine In Kenya

The former president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, initiated a project at River Tana to reduce the famine in Kenya seven years ago. Yesterday, his former deputy president, the current president of Kenya, Ruto, moved to Galana Kulalu to introduce the new system of growing maize that his former president, Uhuru, started with 10,000 acres out of 1 million acres.

Of which he still did not make any effort for the people of Kenya to reduce the cost of food.

The state yesterday moved to the place, and so it is wise to cancel the former project and enhance a new one further with 370,000 acres of field.

The head of state has also revealed that the government is planning to construct a dam in the area that will also be used to supply water to the irrigation scheme, which according to him will serve not only the locals but also Kenyans drawn from different counties across the nation.

The aim of the government is to ensure that millions of bags have come from the area and that, for about 6 months, Kenya will have enough maize at a low cost.

This part of the project will likely cover the Tana River and also Kilifi County. As per the reader, what is your comment on the steps the government is taking to ensure food shortages are brought down in Kenya?


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