President Uhuru Kenyatta addressing the nation in a previous event. Photo courtesy.
Draught has caused loss of lives among kenyans staying in areas that are highly affected. People residing in North Eastern region are Forced to migrate to other places in search of water and pasture for their livestock's and Their personal consumption.
Just few weeks ago, president Kenyatta Declared draught a national disaster setting the stage for relief Support from the government and foreign countries to those affected. Well, according to the Reports by the standard newspaper, the government of Kenya will be sending 5,500 Kenya shillings as Support to all people affected by feminine.
The money will primarily be used to cushion those affected by helping them to get some basic needs which will help them move forward as the national government Looks for a permanent solution of the same pandemic. Well, it is a good idea and more lives will be saved from Hunger.
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