Ahmednasir who is among famous people from Northern of Kenya and of top lawyers in Kenya today tweeted that As Chairman of Kenya Camel Owners Association (KCOA) I petition President @WilliamsRuto to urgently address our plight & come with concrete proposals. If not we will challenge in the supreme court the fertiliser subsidy for farmers as a discriminatory practice against nomads.
Odede tweeted, "Nobody is choosing for anybody what to do you can also start farming and irrigate how you can talk to the Somali president and stop putting our president on pressure."
Engel tweeted, "How much is 1 camel Mr. SC. How many Kenyans owns camels. I think we should deal with priorities first that affect everyone. I'd rather you spoke about water in Arid and Semi Arid areas."
Rebel tweeted, "SC that subsidized fertilizer is what will give you camels affordable commercial grass! Otherwise can ni wale nomadic ,you pray to Allah for rains! Commercial farmer appreciate fertilizer subsidy more but keeping animals for sedimentary value doesn't deserve subsidy."
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