The decision by the government under the ministry of agriculture suspended the unga subsidy .The ministry of agriculture under the leadership of cabinet secretary Peter Munya suspended the subsidy and sited that the government has no funds to offer the subsidy because it was so expensive. The decision by ministry has angered most Kenyans.
Reacting to the decision by Munya , Moses Masika Wetangula condemned the decision. Furthermore, Wetangula went ahead and claimed that the subsidy was issued to convince Kenyans to rally and support the azimio la umoja one Kenya candidate Raila Odinga. Though the presidential results are yet to be announced Wetangula argued that the suspension of subsidy was a way of punishing Kenyans because they failed to vote for Raila Odinga.
In addition the Ford Kenya boss assured their Kenya Kwanza supporters of William Ruto's victory .He also assured Kenyans there government will lower down the prices of essential commodities like unga.
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