Yesterday, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua held a presser urging all kenyans to give out what they can in the on-going move to feed hungry kenyans.
Well the move seems to be bearing fruits after the William Ruto led cabinet led by actions.
According to news hitting the air waves just now, all Cabinet Secretaries will forgo a one-month salary as their contribution to support Kenyans affected by the drought situation, the Cabinet Office has said.
This was arrived at during a routine cabinet meeting held at State House, Nairobi on Tuesday.
Yesterday's request by tje deputy president Rigathi Gachagua attracted mixed reactions from a section of netizens.
A number questioned the move with some saying it was time that kenyans stood with their allies from different parts of the country.
Currently, so many animals have died of drought, currently a number of people are feared that they might lose their lives if action is not taken immediately.
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