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Good News To The Elderly As Government Releases 8.5 Billion For Inua Jammi

It’s good news to The Elderly As Government Releases 8.5 Billion For Inua Jammi

The government’s recent release of 8.5 billion shillings for the Inua Jammi program has brought much joy and relief to elderly citizens in Kenya. The Inua Jammi program, which was launched in 2018, aims to provide financial support to elderly citizens who are unable to work and do not have any other source of income. It is a much-needed initiative that helps to alleviate the financial struggles of the elderly and allows them to live with dignity and independence.

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The release of the 8.5 billion shillings will go a long way in providing financial support to the elderly citizens who are enrolled in the Inua Jammi program. The funds will be used to provide a monthly allowance to these individuals, which will help to cover their basic needs such as food, housing, and healthcare. This will be a welcome relief for many elderly citizens who have been struggling to make ends meet and provide for themselves and their families.

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The Inua Jammi program is not only a financial lifeline for the elderly, but it also serves as a source of hope and inspiration for them. It gives them the opportunity to live a better life and be more self-sufficient, and it also helps to reduce the burden on their families and the community as a whole. It is a win-win situation for all parties involved.

The government’s commitment to supporting the elderly through the Inua Jammi program is a step in the right direction. It shows that the government cares about the well-being of its citizens and is willing to invest in their future. It also demonstrates the government’s commitment to reducing poverty and improving the lives of the elderly in Kenya.

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In conclusion, the release of 8.5 billion shillings for the Inua Jammi program is good news for the elderly in Kenya. It will provide much-needed financial support and allow them to live with dignity and independence. It is a testament to the government’s commitment to improving the lives of its citizens and reducing poverty.