Kisumu Senator Fred Outa has hailed the Sihk community in Kisumu for the distribution of cooked food to the flood victims in the county.
Outa toured the kitchen where the food is being cooked at Simba Club under the stewardship of Raju Chathe, the proprietor of Kibos Sugar.
He says the idea is brilliant since cooked food will be reaching out to the intended people.
“This is a welcome move and I wanted to thank them for this gesture, they have helped our people a great deal,” he said.
He says the community was in the recent past on the forefront in donating food and non food stuff to the county.
Outa says he was invited to see the process and confirmed that the food is nutritious for the development of human body.
Speaking to the press after a tour of the area while in the company of former Kisumu County Assembly Majority Leader Samuel Ongou, Outa says the process is very transparent.
He appealed to the Asian community to continue reaching out to the vulnerable community in the area.
“I want to ask other corporate bodies to come to the aid of the county resident to deliver them from hunger during this floods menace and COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.
Outa told the county government to wake up and reach to the vulnerable people in the society while questioning the whereabouts of Sh. 200 million.
E further noted that the national government has given Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral hospital Sh. 400 million to combat Corona virus.