Kenya has donated 12 tonnes of food products to India as part of its COVID-19 relief efforts.
The east African country has sent 12 tonnes of tea, coffee and groundnut produced locally to the Indian Red Cross Society, it said adding that the packets will be distributed across Maharashtra with food aid.
“The Government of Kenya wishes to stand in solidarity with the people and Government of India during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic by donating consumable food stuffs,” Willy Bett, high commissioner of the African country to India, said.
However, many Indian’s are not pleased since Kenya is a much-smaller country and one with limited resources in comparison to a country like India.
Humanitarian aid to India from the Government of Kenya consisting of 10 tons of assorted items including coffee, tea and groundnuts. pic.twitter.com/jjVGvB8a88
— Africa story Live (@AfricaStoryLive) May 22, 2021
“Kenya donates 12 tonnes of food products to India”. Narendra Modi—where are you taking our proud India? Give us back our self respect and our ‘Acche Din’ and go to hell! https://t.co/eiVR6HrOBB,
— Jawhar Sircar (@jawharsircar) May 28, 2021
india now receives relief from #Kenya, i am literally rolling on the floor laughing ???#AtmanirbharBharat ?? pic.twitter.com/NOg1hmJGgm
— Sayar (@sayar2601) May 30, 2021
First time in history, Kenya had sent aid to India.
All because of #7yearsOfModiMadeDisaster
— Mansoor Ahamed (@INCcongrss) May 30, 2021
Today Kenya sent Aid to India.
From Vishwa Guru to Vishwa Bikhari, all thanks to Modiji.
— Andh-Bhakt (@NarendraMoMo) May 28, 2021
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