Kenya cannot feed itself, admits President Uhuru Kenyatta

President UhuruPresident Uhuru Kenyatta speaking at a past event.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has at long last conceded that Kenya can’t feed itself.

He spoke at the Kisii County Referral and Teaching Hospital, saying that the nation has been reliant on imported foods.

He blamed the circumstance on the management of land in the nation.

President Uhuru said that except if there is an adjustment in the land residency Kenyans will keep suffering.

“As it stands today, this country is not able to feed itself, we are dependent on imports from our neighbouring countries, from Uganda, Tanzania and others,” Uhuru he said.

He likewise said that the issue is probably going to deteriorate in light of the fact that the populace has kept on expanding over years.

The head of state additionally said that he isn’t prepared to end his association with opposition leader Raila Odinga.

He demanded that his association with Raila has good intentions for this country. He additionally guaranteed to change the health segment before he retires.

“We will take bold steps to strengthen our health systems in all counties, in readiness for the national scale-up of the #UHC program. This is especially in areas of health infrastructure, human resources, access to essential medicines, and health leadership and governance,” he said.

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