Kenyans have been struggling to make both ends meet since the Covid-19 pandemic began in the country in March last year.The job losses have seen many people suffer having lost their breadwinners.The most unfortunate thing is the fact that majority of those who lost their jobs are yet to find some other jobs.
The cost of living has risen in the past.The prices of essential commodities have been escalating too.Cartels are busy draining the pockets of Kenyans by all means.Yesterday,Daily Nation revealed how Kenyans are unknowingly charged more in the KPLC tokens.
Today the same Daily Nation has made another shocking revelation for all Kenyans who depend on the cooking gas at home or wherever they are.The Newspaper has also revealed that Kenyans have been unknowingly paying dearly for the cooking gas in the country.The cartels that have monopolised the import of Liquefied Petroleum Gas is deeply and well connected and ensures no competitor goes beyond endless Government bureaucracy.In this way,they remain the sole determinants of the gas prices.Now that the government has taken measures to reduce the cost of electricity,what next for gasses?
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