Joseph Githu :>>#cownews
Whoever it is that updates the president Facebook account, found it wise to tell us that he received food donation from the United Arab emirates 🙄🙄🙄🙄
This is the highest form of mockery, receiving food from the desert after squandering galana irrigation scheme and stealing in every sector! Dennis Itumbi aren’t we ashamed as a country, as a people, how can we receive food from the desert? Am ashamed of being a Kenyan!Ng’ombe ici
Lucy Kang’aru :> Uhuru ma nduri thoni. After 50+ years of independence you are proud to receive food donations from desert countries. Where did we go wrong as a country??
Murish Josh >> Kenya is doomed economic rapist’s are Statehouse visitors meanwhile petty offenders like stealing a goat are looting in jail this is a result of allowing thesis of half baked graduate to lead us instead of drop outs who have experience of leadership #ngombe Ici
Mbiti Gabriel >> The question ,mnataka nifanye nini ? Got an answer . Tunataka uombe ombe huku na huku
Simon Wainaina Wa-Dama :>>I am ashamed of this goverment,honestly.We once sent food to South Korea,then a poor nation that was largely dependant on agriculture,when the rains failed those guys were at the brink of starvation.Today 50+ years later,it’s our turn to starve!Other nations succeeded by learning from us,but the day we allowed Royal Families to define our politics,dictate how the country will be run,we took a wrong turn and for the worst.This goverment has done it’s best for four years they’ve been in power,NYS scam,Mafia House scam, Eurobond teachers,doctors and nurses strikes are their greatest achievements,don’t expect miracles from them,their best was not good enough…
Don Victor Simon :> In a country where we aunctioning anything and everything, who knows kama UAE dint buy food locally
Khan Koinange Grishon :>Had we developed sustainable systems like galana scheme, we could never stoop that low to be in need of donations….all along we have had our priorities mismatched with our reality…as I blame uhuru and arap for taking us down I squarely blame everyone who never made food security a priority as a leader in our nation
Mwangi Nyamu Afrisali:> Haria tukinyite tutigairie kuhoya Ngii thakame…For the cow floating pls translate bw Chief Cow..
Here is the key highlight of Galana Irrigation scheme:
Galana-Kulalu Irrigation Scheme and Food Security Project.
Cost; 473 Billion
Acreage; 1.78 million acres
What was the Jubilee Promise; “The Jubilee government under its manifesto targets to put 1 million acres under irrigation by 2017. Galana/Kulalu ranch is located in the counties of Kilifi and Tana River”
The Galana-Kulalu Irrigation Scheme produced 10, 90kg, bags of maize per acre instead of 40. Even if the envisaged 40 bags per acre were achieved, simple calculations show that production costs would still be much higher than the revenue. Was the Jubilee flagship project economically viable in the first place?
“There is a problem at Galana. One would be excused for thinking this is another cash cow. This could turn out to be another scandal,” Mukurweini MP Hon Kabando wa Kabando.