Parliament has denied the existence of a bill circulating on social media platforms that purports to regulate the production and sale of milk by farmers, labelling it "false". This comes days after Deputy President William Ruto's dismissal of media reports that 11 people have died as a a result of the drought.
Parliament Denies Existence of Milk Bill 2019, Terms Document 'Fake News'
Capital FM, 23 March 2019
Parliament has denied the existence of a Bill circulating on social media platforms titled 'Milk Bill 2019' that purports to regulate the production and sale of milk by farmers to… Read more »
Deputy President William Ruto during the opening of a three-day Inter-Professional Summit at Pride Inn Paradise Resort in Shanzu, Mombasa County, on march 20, 2019.
No Drought Deaths, No Food Crisis, DP Ruto Insists
Nation, 20 March 2019
Deputy President William Ruto has insisted that no Kenyan has starved to death because of the drought in parts of the country. Read more »
"No one has died as a result of the drought and we are working round the clock to ensure that no one dies of hunger," Deputy President William Ruto said, adding that the government ... Read more »
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