Deputy president William Ruto has said that there is no alarm over the drought related deathjs in the Country.
Speaking at his office accampanied by Cabinet Secretaries Eugene Wamalwa (Devolution), Mwangi Kiunjuri (Agriculture) and Simon Chelugui (Water).
“What we have now does not indicate drought related deaths,there is no need for alarms,”Ruto said.
Ruto also said that there is no reason for Kenyans to continue raising alarm over the alleged deaths because the reports doing circulations online are false and ill-driven.
He insisted that both the national and county governments are working towards ensuring the nation is drought free in the coming years. Ruto further said that the government has embraced various strategies to contain the situation.
“There should be no cause for alarm. The National and County governments have put into place measures to ensure there are no casualties as a result of this drought,” Ruto said.