Re-known business man and politician Rodgers Kipembe has sparked various reactions with his latest Twitter post.Speaking via his official Twitter account,the Meru politician has stated that the price of Ugali flour is set to raise even higher.Kipembe said that Kenyans ought to brace up for tough times ahead as maize flour will soon hit three hundred shillings per KG.According to Kipembe,the price is likely to take effect later in the week.This comes weeks after President Ruto stated that his government will not subsidize consumption hence removing fuel and maize subsidies.The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua earlier on this week promised that the cost of living will lower with time giving an approximate of three months.The source of Kipembe's information is however not revealed.What is your take on the sentiments by Kipembe above? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive and interesting articles.
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