Ruto woos US Investors to build fertilizer factories in Kenya in a bid to make the country food secure

Ruto woos US Investors to build fertilizer factories in Kenya to help the country in the long run in the production of food help the country in the long run in the production of food.

In order to accelerate Kenya’s economic and social change, President William Ruto has pushed for more bilateral commercial collaboration between the US and Kenya. 

Ruto expressed interest in developing new connections and strategic alliances with the American corporate community.

The President said Kenya is ready for investment, having demonstrated her democratic maturity in the recent elections.

“Investors can predict the future of Kenya because it’s a democratic country. We have demonstrated as the people of Kenya, that the rule of law underpins public affairs,” Ruto said.

Ruto was meeting in New York, USA at a high-level business roundtable hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce on trade and investment relationships between Kenya and the US. 

Maize farmers caution Ruto against using low-cost fertilizer to dictate the market price

President William Ruto further wooed US investors to venture into Kenya’s agricultural sector, specifically in fertilizer manufacturing.

Ruto explained that the availability of fertiliser will help the country in the long run in the production of food, and lower the cost of living.

“President William Ruto held business meetings about fertiliser production and green energy to enhance Kenya’s agricultural production, to create jobs and develop a more resilient economy,” read the statement in part a statement from President’s communication team.

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