Since January of this year, Kenyans have been paying more for different essential commodities. Further, the government of President William Ruto revealed that Kenyans should wait a little longer so that prices of essential commodities like maize flour, cooking oil, fuel, and cooking gas can reduce.
According to the source, daylight drama was witnessed this morning after several Kenyans from Nakuru County scrabbled for wheat flour after the truck that was ferrying the commodities overturned. As per the video shared on social media this week, some residents, including passengers and motorists, are seen running to the truck and picking up wheat flour. Follow this link below and watch the full drama; https://www.facebook.com/1933992096851171/posts/pfbid022mpueqWhZ25WPkMmrki1sBuhRS67Hk6H1cFE1MrDRh3rYtUzvwkh9w2gvTqwVMu1l/?app=fbl
This just came in after millions of Kenyans have been paying Ksh 210 for 2 kg of wheat flour and also Ksh 160 for 1 kg of sugar. The high cost of living was caused by the Russian government when it invaded Ukraine.
Let us drive safely and follow all guidelines from NTSA to reduce similar accidents. These cases of theft from accident sites should be condemned. All Kenyans respect people's properties, especially during accidents.
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