Kenya has stockpiled enough grain reserves to sustain the country until the end of June.
Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Principal Secretary Prof. Hamadi Boga however said the country the current stocks are likely to be supplemented by imports and harvests from the long rain season.
He said the country had finalized plans to import at least two million bags of maize to supplement the supplies from the domestic market.
Speaking during a webinar discussion on Food Security and post Covid 19 organized by the Konza techonopolis…

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