According To an update by nominated member of parliament from azimio coalition Sabina chege, she has safely landed in Rome Italy where she is part of the parliamentary delegation that has been assigned the role of representing the country at an event that has been thronged by several international leaders.
Among those spotted at the venue of the event included ruto's cabinet secretary in charge of Agriculture Mithika Linturi together with a u d a governor from Western Kenya who doubles up as a former speaker of the Senate Kennedy Lusaka.
Meeting in Italy discussing among other things how Kenya stands to benefit from the connection it has with other African Nations when it comes to matters agriculture.
During his campaigns ruto promise that agriculture will play a critical role in boosting the revenue collection and allocation in the country. The team is expected to give its presentation to the international community mainly on the issue of fertilizer price reduction and manufacturing
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