It has been long waited promise made by President Willam Samoe Ruto about fertilizer favour to farmers. This was one their main agenda when convincing Kenyans to vote for them during their campaigns. Following that, the leading government is showing the signs of working on that after insisting it again as when addressing the Nation during mashujaa day at Uhuru Gardens. Ruto said that the arrangements of resolving the issue is undergoing. He promised that his government will make over 6 million bags of fertilizer available and at an affordable prices in order to give farmers a chance to produce important products to the entire country.
He also promised to find a way of supplying the fertilizer by setting up stations nearby agricultural areas to ensure accessibility by farmers. Kenyans are very eager waiting this fulfillment, considering that prices of important commodities such Maize flour, sugar, cooking oil/ cooking fat are still high making the life very difficult to the ordinary citizens.
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