The cost of living is slowly becoming unbearable for majority of Kenyans.The prices of the key commodities are getting more expensive each time with no hope of reducing them.In most cases,once the price of a specific commodity goes up,it becomes very difficult for it to be reduced.
Fuel prices in the country have been biting.The crucial commodity has had Kenyans give more in terms of transportation in the country.This has resulted in those living along the borders cross to the neighbouring countries such Uganda and Tanzania in order to get it at a cheaper price.
Just the other day,Raila Odinga together with Interior CS Dr Fred Matiang'i hinted that fuel prices would go down this week.This greatly came as a looming relief to Kenyans.Even before their wishes become a reality, Petroleum CS John Munyes has dashed the hopes of the hopes of Kenyans by ruling out fuel price deduction.Instead,he has urged Kenyans to brace for tough times ahead.This is a new blow to Kenyans despite even the attempts by the MPs.
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