Uhuru’s unga yet to reach parts of the country
The price of maize flour remains high in some parts of the country that are yet to get supplies of the government subsidised flour.
The government last week unveiled subsidized maize flour that are to retailat sh90 for a two kilogramme packet and sh47 for a one kilogramme packet.
Makueni county residents are yet to see the subsidized maize flour that is pocket friendly. In Wote town, retailers say the subsidized maize flour had not been delivered despite them placing their orders.
There are also pockets in Nairobi county yet to receive the subsidized flour. Residents have to walk to major centres that supermarkets that are selling the flour.
Kenyans on Twitter have expressed reactions to the availability and distribution of the flour. Below are some of them.
Design tunangoja unga ya 90 bob ifike kwetu. pic.twitter.com/Zq6bDlpIsa
— Sun Africa Studios (@sunafricastudio) May 23, 2017
My survey reveals that there is no maize flour in major supermarkets at Kisii, subsidized or not
— Bob Onderi (@jobmomanyi1) May 21, 2017
— Mac Otani ?? (@MacOtani) May 23, 2017
Mmegundua tangu bei ya unga ipande koimet na wafula hawaonekani kwa TV frequently.
— Darly_boy (@darly_boy) May 23, 2017
— Hon.Patrick Mutahi Muthoni (@NyeriNisisi) May 22, 2017
When the Jubilee Unga came, William Ruto was here and there barking against NASA. Now where is the GoK product? Even in supermarkets?
— Joshua M Kithome (@mshikemshike) May 23, 2017