Hon Peter Munya, who is the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, and also a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta met with Mwea Rice Growers in Kirinyaga County, promised them over the following issues. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he stated that on Saturday morning, he met with Mwea Rice Growers Multi-purpose cooperative society, said the meeting was aimed at checking the progress of Government's rice buying program(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he said he assured the rice farmers that the government will continue buying their rice at 85 shillings per Kg, on top of supporting on other vital Issues.
It's remembered that the rice farmers have been facing a lot of challenges over the price fluctuations in the market. Moreso, the fertilizers and other farm chemicals needed for rice are also very expensive.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them applauded him for helping the rice farmers in the country. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, Comments and don't forget to share widely￼
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