President William Ruto has on Sunday revealed that the country will not experience El-Nino rains as predicted by the Kenya Metrological Department.
The Head of State was speaking during a Sunday service at Revival Sanctuary of Glory Church, Riruta Satellite, Dagoreti South, Nairobi County where he said that the country will experience short rains.
He continued by saying that the short rains are good for farmers who will in turn produce more to cushion the country.
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“You see the department has now said there will be no El-Nino, we will only have significant rains, which is even better for us to get to our farms and produce more,” said President William Ruto.
According to the President, the sustained rain pattern witnessed in the country is due to the prayers they held in February at Nyayo Stadium.
“There are those who criticised us when we prayed for rains at Nyayo stadium. They said a whole president is praying for rain. Now see, we have more rains than we have had in four years, that is God’s doing.” he said
Once again President Ruto took a shot at the opposition saying that demonstration will not lower the cost of living in the country. He called on Kenyans to produce more food for the country.