The Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Public Service, Gender, Senior Citizens affairs and Special Programmes has delivered sone good to a special category of Kenyans.
According to a statement, her ministry has disbursed ksh 8.9 billion that will support president Uhuru Kenyatta's Inua Jamii programme.
This comes as good news to the Elderly, the Orphans and also People With Disabilities who are all covered and the Inua Jamii programme.
"CS Kobia says Govt has disbursed Sh8.9 billion for Inua Jamii programme targeting orphans, elderly and PWDs."https://t.co/yQcL5d3cSL
This will come to help the elderly who have been receiving the government aid of ksh 2,000 per month as way of sustainability of their lives with the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta having launched the programme in 2018 himself.
Speaking during the launch at Nchuui Primary School, Tigania East, in Meru County, President Kenyatta said he was focused on ensuring the poor and vulnerable, especially the senior citizens, live in dignity and afford some level of financial independence.
“This programme will ensure that our senior citizens get a Kshs 4,000 stipend to live a dignified a respectable life,” President Kenyatta said when launching the programme which has been of great help to a majority of Kenyans.
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