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China has given Kenya a grant worth $23 million in drought support. The agreement will see China donate 21 thousand metric tonnes of rice. At a meeting to sign the agreement at Kenya's treasury department China's ambassador Liu Xianfa said the aid was in response to President Uhuru Kenyatta's appeal to donate partners for drought relief. The food is expect at the port of Mombasa in a month's time. The ambassador says the donation will benefit at least one-point-four million people for a month. We'll have more details on that story as we get it.
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