Kenyans Demonstrate Against The High Cost Of Living At Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).(PHOTOS)
A huge group of Kenyan's have taken to the streets of the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) to stage demonstrations against the high cost of living that has grappled that country.
This comes at a time when prices of basic commodities have all shot up and Kenyans income still remains the same and the bitting economic time's are being heavily felt by Kenyans as even food prices are all up.
However, the rise in prices is also being felt in other countries in the world and not in Kenya alone.
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