President William Ruto has assured farmers that the country has enough fertilizer ahead of the next planting season.
He said the Government was keen to ensure availability and access to fertilizer across the country.
Dr Ruto noted that four million bags were available and another two million will be available for top dressing.
"We are fully prepared for this planting season because we want to eliminate the shame of hunger," Dr Ruto stated.
Speaking in Kitale town on Saturday, during ordination and installation of Henry Juma Odonya as the new Bishop, the Catholic Diocese of Kitale, the President said registration of farmers countrywide was ongoing.
Bishop Odonya takes over from the long-serving Bishop Maurice Crowley who has retired.
The President, at the same time, said the Government will relocate the prison in Kitale town to pave way for expansion of development programmes in the area.
He urged leaders to take a common stand on matters of development, noting that his administration will serve all Kenyans equally.
President Ruto thanked Bishop Crowley for taking the lead in the fight against insecurity in the region when he served as Catholic Bishop.
National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula urged leaders to focus on service delivery, saying issues of the last General Election 'were now behind us'.
"Kenya is ready to move forward and address the challenges facing its people. Let us forget issues of the last General Election and serve the people, " said Mr Wetangula.
Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi urged leaders to work together for the sake of peace and development.