The Deputy President William Ruto has continued with his Mt Kenya three-day political tour, by visiting several places of Meru county. Ruto holded meetings in Kangeta town where he addressed the residents and showered them with alot of promises.
One of the promises that he leaved the Meru people with is, the more markets to the Miraa growers. The DP promised that they are going to find new miraa markets so that miraa produces can benefit the farmers even.
"We are going off the way to find for new markets for miraa growers to ensure farmers get good and sustainable prices for their produce. This is in addition to adopt farm management practices that will increase yields and quality." He posted in his Facebook page.
This post has drawn attention of many Kenyans were most of them thinks that it is just a fake promise to the miraa growers. They are seeing it as a total politics and the Deputy President could be using the miraa market problem seek votes from the region. Here are the reactions:
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