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Young Inventor From A Top Kenyan University Converts Grass to Ugali Flour With An Aim To Curb Hunger

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The world is currently suffering a period of drought and famine in some parts. It is reported that many people across the globe can't sustain themselves with the food of their stomachs and even their families.

With an aim to curb the hunger, a young inventor from Kabarak University in Kenya has invented a way to stop the hunger. We are all aware that hunger has hit some parts of Kenya and now here is the remedy. The question is, Is the Ugali good for human consumption?

According to the news from NTV Kenya, a student from Kabarak University have converted Grass to Ugali flour with an aim to fight hunger. One Kilogram of the grass Ugali flour costs shillings 35 only.

The invention has sparked some debate from Kenyans. Below are some of the mixed reactions from Kenyans as a student invents Ugali flour from grass.

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