The cry against raised prices of fuel has been heard from every corner of this country, every common Kenyan saying that it's a burden to them especially this covid-19 era, saying that increase in process of fuel determines the prices of every commodity affecting every single Kenyan.
A motorist in Nairobi decries surge in girl prices saying that the government have now pushed them to the end and touched the wrong place, revealing that they are now tired and called for the government to go back to the drawing board and find out what they can do to the fuel prices but affirmed that they will not accept this price.
They have given the government 24 hours to review the fuel prices saying that they cannot that amount of money when their vehicles only carry 60% and not full capacity due to Covid-19 measures, sighting that if they increase transport fee then this will affect their customers.
"We want to tell the government enough is enough. We are giving them 48 hours to review the fuel prices". Nairobi Motorists said.
Do you think the government will act to review these prices within this stipulated time, or will they ignore these cries? Drop your comments below.
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