Robert Alai who is among famous people on social media in Kenya and one of Azimio LA umoja allies today tweeted on his twitter page that While the government is distributing fertilisers to the highlands, it should find ways of irrigating the dry areas and helping plan development in areas not good for agriculture so that people can earn their keep in alternative ways.
EL tweeted, "I agree. There is need for a long-term sustainable effort and sound plan. The government should invest in irrigation system, dams and boreholes in every ASAL sub county. We need to stop relying on rain for our farming."
KE tweeted, "I also thought of this idea today. In the Israel, UAE, China, Netherlands turned large Deserts into fertile farm land. In Kenya, large tracts of land in the Northern region and other parts lie iddle which can turn this country into a super power."
Elisha tweeted, "In the right direction 💯 I must say this the only sensible tweet I have ever seen compared to the many you have been posting, once again, you are on point ✅keep the government on check appropriately."
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