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New president, new decisions
Kenyan President William Ruto has accused his predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatta, of conniving to subdivide thousands of acres in the coast region that was designated for large-scale government-driven food production.
A furious Ruto has subsequently scrapped the plan, one of his many decisions that aimed to reverse Kenyatta policies, which the incumbent president describes as “politically instigated”.
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