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Kenya facing the worst drought in 40 years says President Ruto as he seeks support for the afflicted

President William Ruto has said a more targeted and coordinated intervention will help tackle the current famine crisis in the country.

He said Kenya is facing the worst crisis in 40 years.

“We must scale up, marshal more resources and create synergy that will ensure support to the vulnerable,” he said.

The President spoke today at State House when he chaired a meeting to assess the famine situation in the country.

The meeting was attended by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and Government representatives.

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