The campaign to end the hunger that has affected most families in Kenya, several leaders have been making efforts to donate food to affected families and affected areas.The hunger has left close to 4 million Kenyans being affected and any donations from anyone is not taken for granted.
Saumu Mbuvi joined Chipukeezy, John Loisa the majority leader of Kajiado county assembly to donate and distribute food to over 1000 families in Kajiado central ward who were greatly affected by the severe drought.
This comes just one day after deputy president Rigathi Gachagua urged Kenyans to donate for the hunger affected families something that sparked an online debate from Kenyans with some supporting the move while other rejecting the call insisting that the government got alot of money.
Chipukeezy thanked everyone who donated the food they took to Kajiado and asked Kenyans in their own different capacities to support the families in famine strike areas.
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