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President Ruto has asked farmers to utilise the current rains to produce more food

President William Ruto has asked farmers to utilise the current rains to produce more food. He said the government has subsidised fertiliser to lower the costs of production. The Head of State said the government was committed to lowering the cost of food production by empowering farmers to produce at affordable rates and earn better returns. “Increased production is the only way to eliminate the current food shortage being witnessed in some parts of the country. “The debate about the cost of living in the country can be solved if we engage in serious food production,” he said. He congratulated Church leaders for their commitment to praying for peace and stability in the country. The President cautioned the youth against drug abuse. He urged all stakeholders including parents, clerics and the Government agencies to guide them on how to be responsible citizens. “Drug abuse is becoming a crisis, and we must put our collective efforts together to correct the situation,” he said. “I have tasked the National Control Against Drug Abuse (NACADA) Board to work with other stakeholders in containing the menace,” said President Ruto.

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