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What President Uhuru Kenyatta Announced Today Amidst Laikipia Insecurity Saga

President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced another disaster that is challenging the government; Uhuru's words came just 48 hours after Laikipia county was declared a security threat zone.

Today, September 8, the state leader declared drought as a national disaster that has extensively affected some parts of the country.

Uhuru announced that the government has started a project to curb drought in more than 10 counties adversely affected by the disaster.

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday declared the drought affecting parts of the country a national disaster. He says his government will spearhead efforts to "assist affected households" At least 2 million Kenyans from 10 counties have been hard hit. (Journalist Kennedy Wandera tweeted)

Draught disaster piles up into Kenya crisis; recently, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i announced Laikipia as insecurity threatened county with 8 people reported dead.

Uhuru Kenyatta said the government is working to ensure safety to all Kenyans and solving the draught problems affecting the nation.

What do you think about Uhuru's concerns with Kenyans? Please share your opinions in the comments section below.

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