Today, the Head of State President William Samoei Ruto visited the Kulalu National Food Security project. The food security project is located in a vast parcel of land that stretches from Kilifi county to Tana River county.
The Food Security project is a new project that have been implemented by President Ruto after he cancelled the Kulalu Settlement project.
During his official visit to Kulalu National Food Security project, president Ruto was accompanied by Lamu county governor Hon. Issa Timamy, Nairobi county governor Hon. Johnson Sakaja, Mombasa county governor Hon. Abdulswamad Sheriff Nasir, the Cabinet Secretary for Water, Sanitation and Irrigation Mrs. Alice Wahome among other leaders.
The Kulalu National Food Security project is situated on a 359,000-acre piece of land. The project is going to be carried out through a public-private partnership (PPP).
Speaking at Kulalu today, president Ruto said that the 10,000 acres which have been already subdivided are going to be used to produce maize in large scale starting February 2023. The Kulalu National Food Security project is instrumental for the achievement of food security in the country.
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