Rift widened in President William Samoei Ruto's government after Prime Cabinet Secretary (CS) Hon. Musalia Mudavadi clashed with Trade, Industry and Investment CS Hon. Moses Kuria over the imports of maize. This comes after Musalia Mudavadi blasted Moses Kuria for going overboard and playing roles assigned to Agricultural Ministry.
Musalia added that the plan to import maize was supposed to originate from Ministry of Agriculture which headed by Professor Mithika Linturi and not from the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Investment.
Further Musalia Mudavadi slammed Moses Kuria for rushing to import maize without taking stock of maize that the country is having. While addressing the media, Musalia seemed to clash with Kuria after what he termed as making roadside announcements over the issue of maize. He told off Moses Kuria after he ordered farmers to sell their maize within 72 hours. Recently, Hon. Moses Kuria imported maize. A move that caused public uproar across the political divide.
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