Kenyans are now looking forward to a financial freedom after a difficult financial crisis hit the nation due to an increase in fuel prices.
It is noted that since Covid-19 struck Kenya, several economic activities have been jeopardized and earning potentials of several businesses also curtailed, something that has even seen doors of bigger businesses closed and several people lose jobs.
However, while addressing netizens in Bungoma on saturday 2nd October, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga gave an assurance on the reduction of fuel prices in the subsequent week beginning 4th October.
He emphasized that major plans are ongoing towards the same to ensure citizens are relieved from the setback caused by high fuel cost. The ODM patron who was accompanied by his vice Hon.Wycklife Oparanya, COTU Secretary General Hon. Francis Atwoli echoed sympathetically on the effects of the pandemic.
On the other hand, the ODM party leader assured Kenyans that BBI constitutional ammendment bill will resume soon, that it has only gone on half time break.
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